RPM camry 1995 LE 2.2 V4

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Old 14 Jul 2006, 01:12 pm   #1 (permalink)
TeriMaki
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Default RPM camry 1995 LE 2.2 V4

Have a strange situation ...

RPM when starting cold is 1200-1400.
RPM when warmed up is 800-900

After driving for 10-20 mts and at stops when shifted to N or P the RPM
is 1200.
When in N or P if I pump and release the gas it goes back to 800-900.

Also when stopping at a signal light the RPM seems to fluctuate from
1400 to 1200 and the car seems to jerk a bit when that happens.

Recent work done...
Replaced the radiator ...the old one was leaking and engine was heating
up.

The car has 137000 miles on it.

Any ideas??


Thanks

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Old 14 Jul 2006, 04:26 pm   #2 (permalink)
jan siepelstad
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Default Re: RPM camry 1995 LE 2.2 V4

I had similar problems.
Had the Injectors cleaned.
Now everything is ok.

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> Have a strange situation ...
>
> RPM when starting cold is 1200-1400.
> RPM when warmed up is 800-900
>
> After driving for 10-20 mts and at stops when shifted to N or P the RPM
> is 1200.
> When in N or P if I pump and release the gas it goes back to 800-900.
>
> Also when stopping at a signal light the RPM seems to fluctuate from
> 1400 to 1200 and the car seems to jerk a bit when that happens.
>
> Recent work done...
> Replaced the radiator ...the old one was leaking and engine was heating
> up.
>
> The car has 137000 miles on it.
>
> Any ideas??
>
>
> Thanks
>



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Old 14 Jul 2006, 04:47 pm   #3 (permalink)
qslim
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Default Re: RPM camry 1995 LE 2.2 V4

That symptom can be a classic indicator of air pockets in the cooling
system. Given that the radiator was just replaced, that would make it
probable also! BTW, that four cylinder of yours can be a real bitch to get
all the air out of the cooling system, I've seen it plenty of times.
You should really get it in to the shop that did the radiator and have
them double check it. An air bubble trapped in the wrong spot can cause
serious engine damage. Gotta get it all out!

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Old 31 Jul 2006, 09:14 am   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: RPM camry 1995 LE 2.2 V4

Thanks for your inputs...


Found out that the throttle cable was tightened a bit to avoid stalling
by the mechanic who replaced the radiator.


I had another mechanic adjust the cable and clean the injectors and so
far so good.


thanks again,

teri

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