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Started my 88 camry 6 cylinder one morning. went in house to let it warm up. when i came out it had died and would not start again. smelled gas. checked plugs and all gas fouled. changed all plugs but still wont start and i smell gas when i try to start it

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It ran with the choke on and clogged the plugs ,try a new set of plugs

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