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89 toyota camry

I changed the rear vavle cover gasket.Had to pull the upper intake off to get to it put every thing back like it was. Started it up and it died. I cfanged the fuel filter and it ran a little longer and died. i dont have a clue of whats worng.

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Check intake hose any cracks the air intake senser will the computer to shut down the engine it protects the fuel injection from getting dirty and cause major costly problems

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