No engine light but engine surges, sensor replaced and did not help. What is wrong?

Asked by Jan 01, 2007 at 06:05 PM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dealer does not know what is wrong. They replaced a sensor and tweaked the engine but the engine surges, (lunges) after it has been running for longer than a half hour at any speed generally at high speeds. When I release the gas pedal it stops but will surge again. Any ideas what is wrong?

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Hello What year is your car? We've been trying to dig up some information for you, but having the year of the car would help. Thanks CarGrrl

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I have this same problem , 97 Camry 4 cylinder check engine was on , i cleaned the throttle body and the IAC Valve light is gone but still surging , what could be the problem

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you might have foul spark plug - check your spark slugs and if you see oil on the spark plug you have to change your valve cover gasket - thats what might be causing the problem .....

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