Check Engine Light - Toyota Camry Intrigue 2001 - Fault Code 1310

Asked by Apr 02, 2015 at 01:52 AM about the 2001 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Despite changing all the iginition Coils (based on fault code 1310) and the leads as well as spark plugs, the Engine light comes on from time to time and the Engine starts stuttering (miising). Any ides to solve this.

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A bad cam shaft sensor will cause these symptoms as well as a bad crank sensor. Since it's not throwing any codes for these items, maybe clean your MAF with Mass Air Flow cleaner which you can purchase at he auto store. If you have a 4 cyl. then your car doesn't have a MAF. If you own a 6 cyl. then it does. Try changing out your Engine Coolant Temp sensor also. If bad, that will screw up the fuel mixture that the computer sends to the injectors. Pull a couple of your spark plugs and see if they are black. If so, this is a sign that you are having a too rich fuel mixture. If plugs are fouled, that is a sign that your ECT (Engine Coolant Temp) sensor may be bad or your MAP sensor. (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor.

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