Jerking and start issues

Asked by Jul 25, 2016 at 07:42 PM about the 2002 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

02 Camry is giving me starting issues and
the battery is charged up... What should I
do??? It jerks when driving and I had the
spark plug changed.

7 Answers

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if this is the honest case, what codes did it generate ?

It keep something a about gas system... Check engine light is on...

1,560

We are going to need a bit more info in order to help you. What Letters and numbers were the codes? What Engine is in this vehicle?

I had a starting problem with my truck about a week ago. If i were you i would check all your fuses. Its always better to start with the cheapest. And if they are all good have someone check you wire harnesses. That was the problem with mine.

Oh now.. don't know what number but the code emission system error

1,560

Sounds like an Engine Misfire problem. Was the light Flashing...or on steady?

1,110

Denekia....so what happened with this vehicle? Fixed?? or ...still broke?

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