Delayed starting

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Asked by Nov 19, 2013 at 02:24 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I drive a toyota camry 2007 xle. I have noticed a slight delay in starting in the last couple
of days. It just a few seconds now but my fear is it will probably get worse. Please help
with what may be causing this as the maintenance light is not on.  Also i am wondering if
a low battery in the key could cause it as i got the prompt a few days ago. The car is
"push to start". Thanks

4 Answers

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have you done a tune up on it recently if not I would start there.

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what does a tune up entail?

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Well change the battery in the keyfob first. Tuneup today is plugs and filters, and clean the throttle body and inspect the PCV. How many miles? A delay in starting might be your cars battery, how old and what is the voltage? or your fuel pump is starting to fail.

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the keyfob was the problem it would not turn over

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