1995 Camry warm starting problems

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Old 30 Sep 2006, 09:51 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1995 Camry warm starting problems

We just bought our son a 95 Camry with 205K. Runs great except for problem
when warm. When driving start and stop for a while and shuts off he is not
able to start right away until car cools down for about 30 minutes. Low RPM
and heats up once in while and goes back down. Had into dealer and no
codes.. They replaced water temp sensor with no guarantees with no code.
Still having problem. Any ideas on next step.

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Old 01 Oct 2006, 06:39 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1995 Camry warm starting problems...NEED HELP!!!!!!!

My son is replacing the coil today to see if that will solve the problem.
Yesterday he sprayed throttle body cleaner into the throttle body and into
the ICH valve to clean it out. Same problem last night though. Trying
coil today. Would appreciate any insite into this frustration as it only
happens when driving and shutting car off and coming back to start quick.
Never any problem with car dying or stalling out while normal driving.





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Old 01 Oct 2006, 08:12 pm   #3 (permalink)
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DOCRULZ wrote:
> My son is replacing the coil today to see if that will solve the problem.
> Yesterday he sprayed throttle body cleaner into the throttle body and into
> the ICH valve to clean it out. Same problem last night though. Trying
> coil today. Would appreciate any insite into this frustration as it only
> happens when driving and shutting car off and coming back to start quick.
> Never any problem with car dying or stalling out while normal driving.

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Looks like your exact same problem is covered here:

http://www.automotiveforums.com/t615...rt_issues.html

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Old 02 Oct 2006, 03:49 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Maybe pull your plugs before a warm start when you expect this to
happen and check for a wet cylinder (ie. leaky injector).

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Old 02 Oct 2006, 04:15 pm   #5 (permalink)
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If it happens when it warms after the morning, id say its the coil or a
loose distributor cap or no cap gasket. Usualy cleaning the coil works
as oil may have contaminated it

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Old 02 Oct 2006, 09:05 pm   #6 (permalink)
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i changed the coil, the rotor and the distributor cap, the problem still
exists. i cleaned the iac valve and the throttle body. the fuel filter is
fine. the ect was replaced. im running out of options. i have had people
tell me it is possible it is the fuel pump. could this be???

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Old 03 Oct 2006, 08:40 am   #7 (permalink)
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DOCRULZ wrote:
> i changed the coil, the rotor and the distributor cap, the problem still
> exists. i cleaned the iac valve and the throttle body. the fuel filter is
> fine. the ect was replaced. im running out of options. i have had people
> tell me it is possible it is the fuel pump. could this be???

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During an earlier post you mentioned replacing the "water temperature
sensor."
There are two sensors for water temperature.
One sends information to the water temperature gauge in the instrument
cluster, the other sensor sends information to the engine control
computer (ECM).
I believe the sensor you want to replace has a green plastic top
located at the water outlet near the distributor. Is this the one you
changed?
Since the car starts fine cold, I would not expect a problem with the
fuel pump but rather the engine not adjusting for warm starting
temperatures.
The factory service manual has detailed trouble shooting procedures,
with step by step flow charts for different symptoms to isolate the
defective component.
Sound to me like the temperature sensor for the engine computer. If
not, then check the factory service manual for more detailed diagnosis
and repair procedures.
See:
http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/

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Old 05 Oct 2006, 12:51 pm   #8 (permalink)
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i have checked the fuel system and it is perfectly fine..when i had my car
in at school to run some tests my instructor said it could be vapor
locking..do you think this could be? and if so is there anything that can
be done to stop this? also they said maybe the efi relay?

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Old 06 Oct 2006, 06:23 pm   #9 (permalink)
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The water temp sensor that I replaced had the green cap. Checked the
entire fuel system and O2 sensors with equipment and entire fuel system
and sensors were in good working order. Auto tech teacher told him to try
all the relays one by one. Any dealings with these?? He is at wits end as
has replaced a lot of parts. No problem with cold starts at all or if car
sits. HMMMMM..Got to be something simple I hope.

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