Question about 1990 Toyota Camry
First check to see if your getting enough fuel to the injectors,check
the fuel pump to see if its working.Most of the time you can pull up the
back seat bench and get to the pump.Once you do that turn the key to
the on postion and listen for the pump it will humm.If that checks out
check your spark plugs and wires one maay be fouled out.
There are quite a few things that can cause this. It could be a bad Manifold Absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, bad distributor or even a bad PCM. The first thing to do is to see if there are any codes stored in the computer. This will go a long way in, at least, narrowing down the possibilities.
If you want to look inside the fuel tank, you do not need to drop it. There is an access panel that will allow you to open the fuel tank while it is still in the car.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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