Camry bucking at low revs

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Old 30 Dec 2009, 04:12 am   #1 (permalink)
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At low revolutions my Camry is bucking. If I press the clutch and then
slowly release it the problem goes away, but returns shortly afterwards.
Over time the revolutions at which this problem occurs seem to be increasing
from 800 to 1400 nowadays. In first gear the problem is worse (or more
noticable) than in higher gears. In neutral the problem doesn't appear to
exist (even though the revs are down to 5 or 600). I get the same phenomena
on gas and LPG.

It's a 4 cyl 5 speed manual shift Camry 2.1i, 1999, 156.000 miles, dual fuel
(gas and LPG). Other than the bucking it's in great shape. It passed
inspection (including environmental) a few weeks ago, and mileage is steady.

Any idea what could be wrong?

Bert

PS Sorry for my English, it is not my native language.



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Old 07 Jan 2010, 03:33 am   #2 (permalink)
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> At low revolutions my Camry is bucking. If I press the clutch and then
> slowly release it the problem goes away, but returns shortly afterwards.
> Over time the revolutions at which this problem occurs seem to be
> increasing
> from 800 to 1400 nowadays. In first gear the problem is worse (or more
> noticable) than in higher gears. In neutral the problem doesn't appear to
> exist (even though the revs are down to 5 or 600). I get the same
> phenomena
> on gas and LPG.
>
> It's a 4 cyl 5 speed manual shift Camry 2.1i, 1999, 156.000 miles, dual
> fuel
> (gas and LPG). Other than the bucking it's in great shape. It passed
> inspection (including environmental) a few weeks ago, and mileage is
> steady.
>
> Any idea what could be wrong?


BTW I've never had this problem with my Ford. Could this be a typical Toyota
problem?

Bert



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Old 07 Jan 2010, 11:18 am   #3 (permalink)
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"Bert" <Geen@e.mail> wrote in message
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>> At low revolutions my Camry is bucking. If I press the clutch and then
>> slowly release it the problem goes away, but returns shortly afterwards.
>> Over time the revolutions at which this problem occurs seem to be
>> increasing
>> from 800 to 1400 nowadays. In first gear the problem is worse (or more
>> noticable) than in higher gears. In neutral the problem doesn't appear to
>> exist (even though the revs are down to 5 or 600). I get the same
>> phenomena
>> on gas and LPG.
>>
>> It's a 4 cyl 5 speed manual shift Camry 2.1i, 1999, 156.000 miles, dual
>> fuel
>> (gas and LPG). Other than the bucking it's in great shape. It passed
>> inspection (including environmental) a few weeks ago, and mileage is
>> steady.
>>
>> Any idea what could be wrong?

>
> BTW I've never had this problem with my Ford. Could this be a typical
> Toyota problem?
>
> Bert


No, it is not a typical Toyota problem. You are probably going to have to
take
this one into the shop.

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