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Here is the location and operation of both the Idle AdjustmentScrew and the throttle opener. ... Is it the same 2000 toyota camry 5sfe? Read more Show less. Reply · 1 ... Now you gotta readjust the tps to the new idle speed.
The reasons for long cranking are as follows:
- Specific gravity of the storage battery is low.
- Battery terminals sulfated. Clean with warm water, keeping your eyes and hand away.
- Cranking motor is drawing more amperes (Current). Service the starter motor.
- Engine compression low. Check the valve clearance.
- Spark plugs gaps are wide open. Adjust the gaps.
- Fuel pump pressure is low. (Normal range 38 psi - 44psi).
- Leaky Fuel injectors.
- Clogged element air cleaner.
- Engine coolant temperature sensor
if this issue is at low speed roughly five to ten mph it is a sign of a bad wheel bearing as the abs speed sensor reads off of a tone ring attached to the front bearings, when the bearing gets too much play it causes the sensor to receive an eratic signal making the on board computer activate the abs thinking the vehicle is sliding
I would check the operation of the idle speed control valve, it is what changes the idle speed when a load like the transmission is put on the engine, without it the engine will idle slow and stall out, this is even more apparent when reverse gear is selected or drive or the AC is tuned on. The ISC valve is located on the side of the throttle body top of upper intake manifold. Below is a picture of the ISC (idle speed control valve)
The 5sfe is notorious for distributor problems. You'll get correct resistance readings on the primary and secondary coils, but your spark looks weak. Should see a bright blue spark with an audible POP when sparking. On some 5sfe engines, the coils are located in an all-in-one pacakage inside the distributor. You'll know if you have this one if the only large spark plug type wires connected to the distributor cap count 4 and go to the 4 cylinders. There will not be a center wire coming from a coil. This is the distributor that has issues. I am on my third one now. Same symptoms every time. I know exactly what to change when it happens, and it fixes it every time. Luckily, It's only about $95 if you do your searching well enough. Good luck
motor mounts need replacement and sounds like your cars comp. is about to take a hit and go down
the air flow control unit sounds like it also has has a clog in it and needs to be serviced this is a big one when you get to driving at higher speeds the fan turns off and the air outside controls cooling air/fuel mixture rate sometimes too much air intake can make the vehicle act eratic