little bit of a problem

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Asked by Apr 20, 2010 at 09:25 PM about the 2000 Toyota Celica GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 2000 celica gt. its a 5-speed manual transmission. the car seems to be misfiring badly but idk whats causing it. im thinking about the oxygen sensor but idk. the car sounds like its sucking air or releasing it not like it should be. whats everyone think the problem could be?

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I would check the spark plug wire to start with!

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just had them replaced so unless my toyota dealership didnt do it right the first time i guess ill have to take it back in.

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oxygen sensor .crankshaft sensor.knock sensor.spark plugs.wires.check firing order.distributor cap.vacuum hose loose or off.

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thanks for all the help. i took the car into toyota and they said that it was a bad spark plug and a bad oxygen sensor. cars running perfectly now. :)

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