Why won't toyota fix this problem ? . Jim west

Asked by Apr 19, 2014 at 05:14 PM about the 2014 Toyota Camry L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Stalls after stopping or slowing down at red lights  and merging  

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This is a brand new vehicle. It's covered under new car warranty!! They HAVE to fix it!! Also, unless you're leasing it, the Lemon Law can be invoked after the third unsuccessful attempt at fixing it!! Get tough with the dopes at the service department of your local Toyota Dealer. Threaten to call your lawyer if it's not fixed!! HTH. -Jim

Jim west I have found that if I keep my left foot from resting on the brake pedal petal it will make the world of difference Try it so far it has worked for for me!!! My 2014 camry has quit stalling at stop signs and ramps off the interstate..

My Toyota Camry 94 was stalling exactly like everyone else is saying my friend replaced the thermostat because when the car got warm it was putting gas in and flooding it would always start after it sat for a couple minutes no problems starting it once the gas and settled I suggest replacing the thermostat it's a cheap fix and worked for my car

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