1990 Toyota Camry


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March, 4, 2010 AT 2:40 PM

Drive Train Axles Bearings problem
1990 Toyota Camry 4 cyl Four Wheel Drive Manual 128000 miles

ok so here's the thing, like 95% of the time, my car takes about 20 seconds to fully accelerate. No matter how much I press on the accelerator it won't speed up and when it does it jerks then speeds up and there's no problems. It does this every time I break and start again. It's had a tune up, the hose connecting the gas was changed, the engine was flushed it has transmission fluid and I don't know what else could be wrong with it.


1 Answer



March, 4, 2010 AT 5:20 PM

Lack of acceleration, chugging, hesitating, bogging, etc, could be cause be one of the following below.

Inspect and test all the following listed below and get back with some results.

Oxygen sensor.
Catalytic converter.
Fuel injectors dirty/sticking.
Mass airflow sensor/Airflow meter.
Throttle position sensor.
Manifold absolute pressure sensor.
EGR Valve
Fuel pressure regulator leaking or defective fuel pump.
False air leakage.
Fuel contamination.
Foul/defective spark plugs.
Open spark plug wires.
Ignition coil/Coil packs defective.
Incorrect ignition timing.
Cap and rotor.

Note: If it doesn't apply disregard.

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