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Toyota Camry, Fuel System, Fuel System, Sedan
Jun 14, 2011 (12:36 pm)
I have a 2000 toyota camry, recently the consumption of fuel has been very high. The car consumes a full tank of fuel in less than 100miles. Initially I taught it was the plugs, but after changing the plugs the problem is still on. I noticed the new plugs have carbons and same with the exhault having huge deposit of carbon as well. What do I do to solve the problem.
Jun 14, 2011 (12:52 pm)
My toyota camry 2000 is cosuming so much fuel than it use to. I have tried changing the plugs but the problem is still on. The plugs deposits of carbon same with d exhaust. Which shows complete combustion is not taking place.
#115 of 116 Re: Toyota Coolant [docholiday2]
Jan 19, 2012 (4:23 am)
I am having te same issue, did you ever find out what the problem was?
#116 of 116 broken wire from the wiring harness,
Mar 01, 2013 (1:02 pm)
I have a 1993 toyota camry, I recently changed the valve cover gaskets and a few other things.Here is my question: Before puttng the intake back on, I noticed a wire on the rear fuel rail and it was broken off. Looking into the firewall area, I only saw a connector and want to know if I broke the connection when I had to pull the wiring harness almost out of the car to get to the rear plugs and the rear valve cover bolts. I have worked on engines for over 50 years, and this v6 camry is the most difficult vehicle I have ever worked on. Can someone give me a idea where that wire needs to be reconnected to? Thank you I reexamined the wiring harness and that wire comes out of a slot in the harness itself. Could not be connected to the fuel rail harness, so it must connect to something else down under the firewall area, does that make any sense?