I just changed my distributor cap and spark plug wires on my 1987 Toyota Camry le.

Asked by Aug 14, 2014 at 05:28 PM about the 1987 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The car runs ok but it takes 2 cranks to get it started. Any thoughts?
Thanks

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Fuel pump may be getting tired. Try turning the key to the ON position for about 10 seconds before starting. Let the system pressurize for a bit before starting. See if it starts on the first crank after that.

I tried that but it didn't make much difference. I am getting a strong gas odor from my engine when I start it. Any thoughts? Ken Thanks Reelin68

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Sounds like you have a leaky injector.

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