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93 toyota camry XLEV6,I have recently replaced head gasket, radiator, thermastate, water pump, timing belt, oil. Car was leaking, so i had the gasket replaced, and now it is not leaking, but it seems to shake and miss after the engine warms up, and won't pick up speed. I also had an updated AC put in 5 months ago. What could cause the mild to rough shaking.

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A misfire. See if you have compression, spark, and fuel.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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    Thank you, I'll have it checked

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Definetly sound like a misfire, possibly leads on incorrectly, or bad leads/spark plugs.....definetly explain lack of power and shakiness

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If water is not present then try starting the car with the coolant filler cap off and see if it starts if it does then this is head gasket failure if it still dont start then your going to need to get a compression test done and then this will tell you if the gasket is good or bad but to me it sounds like head gasket failure.

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