1987 camry very slow to pull off everything under have been change new wires/plugs/fuel/i need help

Asked by Jul 09, 2014 at 11:23 AM about the 1987 Toyota Camry

Question type: General

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Do you mean that your car has no power and it seems to move slower?

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That correct and then it will die.


Sounds like you put wires back incorrectly The firing order is 1342 same way they came off Cap is marked this schould help let me know if v6 let me know


Also when cap is off ck back of coil they get hot and crack and collect water if cracked replace where it's yellow soft kinda


Was the car running like this before you replaced everything? Then after it still ran slow?

car was running like this before anything was replaced on it. i know all the wires was replace correctly.


If it's fuel injected try cleaning your idle air control valve. Here's a short how to video: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=i82s4ZfR2js


If no results after cleaning idle air control valve, check for a clogged cat converter and if your coil looks yellowish, or brown,try replacing that.

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