Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
1998 toyota camry started jerking a bit a month ago and now seems to lose compression and then speed back up while driving. Have 122,000 miles, regular oil changes, had 1 tune up at 100,000. I thought it was the gas pedal but I don't think it is.
If your losing compression then I suggest doing a compression test and then following it up with a wet compression test to determine whether the problem is in the valves or pistons.
Wow one tune up in 122k miles jerking not really an ignition thing more like a fuel thing. If Compression test results are good then do a full tune up even replace coil packs or distributor ( which ever is applicable) and replace fuel filter.
These vehicles are not known for major engine problems (blown engines bad valves etc).
Big with transmission problems if its a 6 cylinder not the 4 cylinders.
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