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Toyota camry 94 stared up today, but shut off at the end of my driveway. the air intake hose was found to be broken was removed so that i can spray starter fluid to start it but nothing.... wat can

Itz a 4 cyl. 2.2 eng.tune up has been done , have not changed the fuel pump, water pump and all seals replaced. what next

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You need that air intake hose in place, and in one piece, so replace it. The car will at best idle and run rough until you do.

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