TOYOTA CAMRY 96 won't start

Asked by Jun 06, 2015 at 01:56 PM about the 1996 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my 96 Toyota is giving me a hard
time trying to figure what is wrong
with. the very first time it stopped
going forward and only would go
reverse so I had to leave it in
walmarts parking lot till two hours
later that night and it worked
perfectly fine all the way home until
the next morning it wouldn't start
took my battery to auto zone said I
needed to replace it so I bought a
brand new battery and still the car
made no noise at all when I turned
the key. following day after that I
check on my car I put the Jetta in the
ignition and it makes sound it wants
to start but it doesn't turn on it's
been wo weeks already and I'm in
desperate need of help. paid 60$ for
30mins if a mechanics time for him
to tell me the car wasn't going to run
again. I had a few other say it's the
fuel pump that needs replacing of
anyone could help me I would
appreciate it.

1 Answer

Could you clarify this issue? Does this engine CRANK OVER but will not start...or....will the engine NOT crank over? In either case, you should always pull the engine dip stick and make sure you have enough oil in the engine. Also, check the odor the oil on the dip stick. If it smells like gasoline, do not start the engine.. The engine is flooded. You also might consider trying your spare ignition key. Your vehicle may have an anti-theft system on board. If the fuel pump is bad, the engine usually cranks but will not start. Gt back to us with more info.

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