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Re: CAR STALLED OUT, 98 CAMRY FWD LE 4C
Could be either. And make sure you don't have 2 filters also.
Find the fuel filter and disconnect the fuel line coming FROM the gas tank.
Be extremely carefull and use a gas can (or jar) or equivilant, put the fuel line in the gas can and have an assistant start the car. Normally if you just turn the car to the 'on' position the fuel pump will pressurize the line anyway. Becarefull you don't have the hose pointed at you or get gas splashed in your eyes (use safety glasses), If the pump is working gas will come out under alot of pressure (again becarefull). If nothing happens then it's the pump. Also check fuses (inside and outside under the hood).
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Does not sound serious as long as the car otherwise seems to be doing what it should. Don't drive if the engine is running hot or it is leaking fluids. Start with fuel filter or faulty fuel pump. Could be other things but if the car has had regular servicing then should not be anything major eg broken breather hoses . I would get a mechanical inspection for piece of mind.
on the 98 toyota camry check that the gas cap is on tight or look at my fix on the toyota sienna that could be it or a vacumm hose could be split or leaking i would have these checked before you get into very expensive repairs look for the obvious first
Being that you have a 1998 Toyota Camry, these cars are fuel injected and shouldnt need the gas pedal depressed to feed fuel to your engine. It's possible you may have a dirty fuel pump or dirty injectors. Here are some possible steps (cheapest in $) so follow these in order to spend less money.
- Run some Lucas Fuel System Cleaner (green cap bottle), do two treatments of that in your gas tank and see if that makes a difference. Dirty lines and clogged injectors are caused by cheap gas and or constantly running on Empty thus allowing fuel pump to pick up sediment from bottom of gas tank.
- Sputtering could also be worn spark plugs (too big of a gap) and or faulty spark plug wires or both.
-Timing chain issues usually occur if you hear a constant vibration near the top of the engine.
-Transmission issues would be having trouble putting the car in certain gears, or the transmission stick does not sit in gear properly (slippage).
Just some suggestions that may help with your problem.
i have came across simler problems in the past so im going to give you a list of four main suspects number 1; a broken or pereshed vacuum hose at the trottle body or inlet manifold.2 a blocked injector 3 a fuel injection system fault 4 a disconnected /leaking or perished crankcase ventilation hose.Before you try any of these by a can of fuel cleaner and run it through your system remember a small piece of dirt half the size of grain of salt is enough to cause this problem good luck.adrian
there are many reasons for this...it could be a stopped up fuel filter, to dirty injectors. I would change the fuel filter, then fill the tank, and add fuel injector cleaner, The gas we get these days is not what it used to be....try changing where you get your gas....hope this helps, and please rate me...thank you