1989 Toyota Camry has a 2.0 fuel injected engine with 165k miles on it. I was having a problem with the car not acellerating and getting up to the proper RPMS to actually even get it to move, so I checked the exhaust and that seems ok, timing seems ok, so then I replaced the throttle control sensor near the firewall of the car on the top of the engine. RPMS seem a little better but now the car accelerates quickly and then goes back to to a very low rpm, and then starts to accelerate quickly again, over and over. ALSO I can now hear a slight knocking sound in the engine when it is doing this. How can I get this car back to normal? Its always been a good car and very dependable. HELP!
have the same problem?
Monday, September 17th, 2007 AT 11:27 AM