94 Toyota Camry - Stalls
I have a 94 Toyota Camry that doesn't want to start if I leave it sitting and don't drive it on a daily basis. I have wondered if I wasn't losing fuel pressure. As long as I drive the vehicle on a daily basis it will start and run fine. However, when I start it after a couple days of not driving it the RPM's drop down to between 200-300 RPM's and typically stalls out. Any suggestions on what I can check? Don't know if it may also be the low idle sensor? The car doesn't really seem to run any better with high test or fuel injector cleaner either. If any of you think it may be the fuel filter can you tell me where it is? Thanks for you help.
I'd check the fuel filter, it is located below the air box where the filter is housed. It should have a hard metal line coming into the bottom and a single rubber line connected to the top with a bolt.
Hello, Did you manage to check the fuel pressure? Does it have the four or the six cylinder? You can check the fuel pressure regulator? Filter is located on the frame rail at the left side of engine compartment below the charcoal canister. That is for the 3.0 engine. http://www.lastchanceautorepairs.com for more questions.
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