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My 2000 toyota camry idols strong..it shakes the car a bit..when i fully brake and stop at a light or stop sign or just when im completely stopped while im in drive

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Idle too low, adjust the idle screw a bit higher idle should be at 800 to 900 rpm w/o a/c. if with a/c it should be at 1200 to 1300rpm

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Shaking while idling means that base of engine may need to be changed.

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