is this a key problem or relay or fuel pump probiem

Asked by Nov 24, 2014 at 10:02 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2007 camry se v6 the car will start but will immediately stop the first time it did this it took 10 attempts of the same outcome but then it did fine for about two weeks this time it took 20 plus attempts no good waited two hours went back and it started on second attempt could be a key problem ? or a relay problem ?or fuel pump problem thanks for any help

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Get some throttle body cleaner and thoroughly clean your throttle body and IAC valve. If no idea on how to clean your Idle Air Control valve, just go to Youtube and type in " Camry Idle Air Control Valve cleaning". Very easy to do. After that, replace your EGR valve. That would be the first two things I would try. Inexpensive and simple. If no results, you may want to bring in your car to Autozone and see if there are any error codes. If no codes, I would have my fuel pressure tested. Could be a bad regulator or fuel pump. I doubt that it's a key problem or a relay. Usually if either one of them is bad, the car will not start at all.

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