Camry dies when idling. Replaced fuel pump and added injector cleaner. New plugs recently, still idles rough.
A badly clogged fuel filter could be a problem, but it is more likely an engine sensor like the Mass Airflow sensor, Throttle Position sensor, etc., which is causing this. Keep in mind that to keep a warranty valid on a fuel pump, you must always install a new fuel filter whenever installing a new fuel pump. So this should be done regardless, ASAP.
my toyota camry 2008 problem is with cycle engine, if normal is 9000 cycle per second it is 5000, I made computer diagnostics and it says the fuel injection problem, could you advice me if I need to change fuel filterI it is in the fuel tank),or what to do in this situation?
Iac idle control valve maybe needs cleaned or replaced When rain does it run worse Coils short when wet
Also check charging systems
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