2001 Toyota Cammery won't start

Asked by Aug 09, 2016 at 02:03 AM about the 2001 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Checked fuses,changed fuel filter and new fuel pump. It cranks over but will
not fire. It will fire up and run when starting fluid is used but then dies, sounds
like it's starving for fuel. Anything I'm missing here to check.

4 Answers

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What Engine is in this vehicle? I think you need to back and check for adequate Fuel Delivery. What is the fuel pressure (psi) reading on the FP Gauge when the engine is cranking?

It's a 2.2L and pressure at the filter is 40-42 PSI. this is a brand new fuel pump.

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That's good fuel pressure. May I assume that FP holds...and...does not leak down? Time to check Injector Pulses. You need a Noid Test Light for your make, model, year. This will tell us if the Computer is operating the injectors correctly.

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daward.....any good news concerning this vehicle?

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