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Starting problem I have a 1988 Camry, when I try to start it, it has alot of juice but it seems like it isn't getting any fuel to start it up. The car has been running fine but yesterday, it just shut down while I was driving (35 mph) and I had to have it towed home.

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Chek the 7.5 amp fuse marked "Ing." under the dash or kick panel on the drivers side

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

Have your distributor checked..had the same prob last week

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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