1990 Toyota Camry, Stalling during acceleration.

Asked by rcooper Jan 08, 2007 at 06:27 PM about the 1990 Toyota Camry STD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

You mentioned on 1987 Camry that it may be getting wet in the distributor cap and rotor.  If that's not it, any other ideas?

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Cooper, the next thing I would look at would be the coil. I'd take a look at it and see if a good cleaning would help. After that I'd check the integrity of your fuel filter. Those are the usual suspects. If those experiments fail it might be time for a professional diagnosis. Good luck!

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Yep, It was the coil. My mechanic (who is also my boyfriend :) ) replaced it and it's working! Apparently it's a common problem. Thanks for your help!

Got a 1990 Toyota Camry 16 valve 2000 EFI when I put the car in drive it won't accelerate it cuts off when you go to take off any questions

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