91 camry stalling

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Old 21 Mar 2006, 08:04 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I have 91 camry (2.0L, 4 cylinder, 190000km). It was running very well until
one month ago. One day it was stalling once at red traffic light. I could
restarted and drive. Suddenly another day, I could start it but it will
stall when I shift speed to RETURN or DRIVE. It was checked at Canadian Tire
and they could not find where the problem is. They said they changed fuel
filter and checked the air mass meter, costing $110. It didn't fix anything
and it becomes worse and worse. Now I have difficult to start. I moved a
good bettery on it from my another car. it could be started but it stalled
after 1 minutes. If I press gas hardly, it can run with strange noise (like
something bombing in muffuller).

I tried a new coolant temperture sensor and it didn't solve the problem. I
also noticed the charged battery became 0 voltage after 24 hours. I played
with a multimeter and found by occasion the resistance between engine body
and the possitive end of battery line is almost zero (the negative was
diconnected already). Not sure if this courses the stalling problems. I
changed the engine oil and filter (filter is one year old) and will try
again.
Any boday can give some advises, please. Thank you in advance.

Ron







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Old 21 Mar 2006, 08:35 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 91 camry stalling

The ignition coil is a comon issue its under the distributor cap, try
cleaning it with alcohol on a rag, oil deaps by bad O rings
contaminating it. The parts you did replace make no sence to stalling
issues.

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