Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
Kevin sounds like you were lickin on the heels of the problem with the injection cleaner however that wasn't enough to clear the severity opf your car's problem at this point. Go to parts store get a fuel filter.
I would let the car sit overnight, next day dont start it but rather jack it up on the drivers side rear, chock the wheels, and use jack stands, wear protective eye wear as well....after all that get a flat drain pan, open the gas cap, remove the red 10 amp fuel pump fuse, find a clean glass jar to analyse the fuel in, remove the filter fuel line let it drain to the jar, if its contaminated replace the filter, if its really dirty drain and flush the tank then replace the fuel filter. Next when all done go in the car QUIET..... nothing on...put on your seat belt shut the door and turn on the key...do you hear the electric fuel pump whirring? If yes you are done and the car should run fine if not replace the pump and relay as a unit and retry when finished, all should be fine, this fuel pump step should perhaps be the first test you make before doing the fuel filter deal becuase if the pump is bad the tank will need to come down and be drained anyways so why do double work?
Hope this works.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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