Question about Toyota Camry
That's an odd one. If it was not doing this before the tune-up, then it would really suggest that something was left loose after the mechanic closed the hood. I would return the car to where you had the work done and explain the problem. The mechanic that worked on the car will know exactly what was done and where to look. If this were one of my customers, I'd want the customer to comeback so that I could have a look- no charge. If I were to guess, it's sounds like a plug wire or coil pack is loose.
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