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Toyota Camry, Fuel System, Fuel System, Sedan
#96 of 117 Re: 98camry won't start [kiawah]
Sep 12, 2009 (5:56 am)
thanks fror advice
#97 of 117 Re: 98camry won't start [trublsm]
Sep 12, 2009 (9:07 am)
A DC ampmeter in place of the fuel pump fuse would tell you.
#98 of 117 Re: 98camry won't start [wwest]
Sep 12, 2009 (11:34 am)
The fuse is on a circuit with other things.
#99 of 117 94 camry will not run
Dec 08, 2009 (2:45 pm)
camry will not run , i was told it is not the fuel pump a guy changed it out and then put the old one back on. the next day the car started and ran for a week. same thing then happened. it would not start another guy checked fuel pressure and it would not hold fuel pressure. thought he found a loose efi relay it then started and ran for another week. now wont run again could it be the fuel pump ? or is it electrical please help
#100 of 117 94 camry will not run
Dec 08, 2009 (2:47 pm)
I ALSO SWAPPED OUT THE BLACK FUSE/ RELAY BOX WITH A KNOWN GOOD ONE FROM ANOTHER CAMRY BUT THIS DID NOT FIX IT EITHER
#101 of 117 Re: 94 camry will not run [lou1963]
Dec 08, 2009 (3:20 pm)
Unless one of the injector has failed, is failed, the fuel pressure should take seevral minutes to "leak" down.
Was the old fuel pump put back in because the car failed in the same way with the new one..??
Intermittently sticking fuel pressure relief valve would be my next guess/trial.
#102 of 117 Re: 94 camry will not run [wwest]
Dec 08, 2009 (4:06 pm)
where would the fuel pressure relief vavle be located ? the car would not start at all with the old or new fuel pump thats why the old one was put back on/in. the car majically started up after the old pump was put on. we tried jumpering power to the fuel pump and the car would run for 6 - 10 seconds at most then stall
#103 of 117 Re: 94 camry will not run [lou1963]
Dec 09, 2009 (8:51 am)
There is a fuel line coming from the tank/fuel pump and another one back to the tank from the pressure regulator. The pressure regulator bypasses excess fuel/(pressure) back into the tank. Some mechanics would temporarily pinch off the return line (vise grips or hemostat) to see if that allows the pressure to rise.
Jan 17, 2010 (3:11 pm)
Im trying to replace the fuel sensor in 2000 camry, do I have to take the whole tank off or is there an easier way?
#105 of 117 Re: 2000 camry [marvinemry]
Jan 17, 2010 (3:50 pm)
Take the back seat out, and get to the top of the tank from the access panel.