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Old 30 Jul 2006, 02:05 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I bought this 1993 camry a year back with 138K. Now, I have 134K. While
driving yesterday all on a sudden it started shaking like my hood is
loose. Accelaration was not working the way it used to. I press gas but
it moves very slow. I drove to home with slow speed.

Next day I took the car out and tried to drive. Still the shaking and
noising going on. I don't know anything about car. It feels like I am
having problem shifting fron 1 to two an taking long time.

Could anybody advice what's going on and what should I do?

When it is shaking and making noise, it feels like the engine will stop
and there is a gap on engine continuation. The shaking stats only when
I put on gear/shift.

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Old 30 Jul 2006, 04:31 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1993 camry is giving problem

Take into a repaireshop would be smart rather than keep driving it. Could
be timing belt lost a tooth - when was it changed last? - owners manual says
every 60k miles. When was lst maintenance done on it - new plug wires, new
plugs? Might also have one or more bad engine mounts to go along with other
problems. Toyota will run for ever with proper maintenance.

"Cool Guy" <helalrajshahi@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>I bought this 1993 camry a year back with 138K. Now, I have 134K. While
> driving yesterday all on a sudden it started shaking like my hood is
> loose. Accelaration was not working the way it used to. I press gas but
> it moves very slow. I drove to home with slow speed.
>
> Next day I took the car out and tried to drive. Still the shaking and
> noising going on. I don't know anything about car. It feels like I am
> having problem shifting fron 1 to two an taking long time.
>
> Could anybody advice what's going on and what should I do?
>
> When it is shaking and making noise, it feels like the engine will stop
> and there is a gap on engine continuation. The shaking stats only when
> I put on gear/shift.
>



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Old 30 Jul 2006, 05:32 pm   #3 (permalink)
jim menning
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"Cool Guy" <helalrajshahi@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1154286308.436524.293960@p79g2000cwp.googlegr oups.com...
>I bought this 1993 camry a year back with 138K. Now, I have 134K. While
> driving yesterday all on a sudden it started shaking like my hood is
> loose. Accelaration was not working the way it used to. I press gas but
> it moves very slow. I drove to home with slow speed.
>
> Next day I took the car out and tried to drive. Still the shaking and
> noising going on. I don't know anything about car. It feels like I am
> having problem shifting fron 1 to two an taking long time.
>
> Could anybody advice what's going on and what should I do?
>
> When it is shaking and making noise, it feels like the engine will stop
> and there is a gap on engine continuation. The shaking stats only when
> I put on gear/shift.
>


Try driving the car more in the forward gears rather than reverse. ;o)

jim menning


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Old 30 Jul 2006, 07:41 pm   #4 (permalink)
m Ransley
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Default Re: 1993 camry is giving problem

You bought it with 138k now it has 134k, I have always said all that
reverse driving screwsup cars every time, quit using the rear view
mirror.

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