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Helllo toyota camry1990 model automatic transmission when you put on drive position or reverse the engine stall if you put on park position the engine condition ok good no stall what is the cause of this,,,

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Recheck your transmission fluid. It still may be low. If it is too low and the correct line pressure is not maintained at idle, then downshifting can be delayed and the trans can malfunction in general causing a stall like this. Also make sure your idle speed is correct at about 650RPM or whatever it is spec'ed for your particular model/year.

If the engine stalls when the automatic transmission is shift into reverse, the intake tube between the MAF (mass air flos sensor) and TB (throttle body) may be split. The damaged intake ducting will need to be replaced.

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    ZJ Limited Oct 23, 2010

    Check your ECM for stored codes using the
    procedure outlined for OBDI engines in the FAQ thread. Not all codes
    will illuminate the CEL.



    Sometimes there are more than one apparent timing mark on the cam
    pulley(s). Make sure you have set up the valve timing correctly when you
    replaced the timing belt. Having the cam timing off a few teeth could
    make it run as you describe. Diagnostic is a compression test. If your
    cylinders have really bad compression, odds are the valve timing is off
    because of incorrectly timed belt installation. Perform a compression
    test on all cylinders.



    I have provided a link to drawings for timing your engine at the end of
    this post (assuming you have a 4 cylinder engine). Make sure your
    procedure was exactly the same as that shown.



    In what way did you treat your engine with Seafoam? There are at least
    three different treatment methods. In the gas, in the oil, and in the
    intake chamber for cleaning combustion chambers: http://yotarepair.com/3S-FEtimingbelt.ht...

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