If the engine dies as if turning off the ignition key, most likely the problem is a loose wire or bad connection either on the fuel pump circuit or throttle position sensor circuit. Double-check those circuits, including wiring harness and connectors. Cycling the key may point to corroded or loose wire(s) that have too much resistance and are getting hot. Visually check for corrosion and tug at the wires on the connectors to make sure they are not loose or dirty.
I've noticed that the fuel system in a 1998 Camry has two fuel filters, one in the engine bay under the intake hose and another that's on the fuel pump assembly itself. Where can I find the filter that sits on the fuel pump assembly? I already have the one that sits in under the intake hose in the engine bay, and I already have a new fuel pump with a strainer.
I have a 2002 Camaro SS that had a sudden no start. I replaced the PCV valve tubing and valve because I noticed the tube was broken. I also replaced the spark plugs and cleaned the injectors. The car is getting fuel and spark to the coils. At this point, I'm running out of things to test. Do you have any suggestions?
After installation, my fuel pump will not work. I tested the pump with power and ground on auto battery. The pump is good. I suspect a grounding issue. Do the mounting bolts need to be a specific material and size? Mine mounts to a welded plate on the side of the generator support cage. Should it mount to the bottom of the generator?
TPS light came on. I put a new the throttle body did relearn, light went out. I drove and the light is back on. I checked the codes and got TPS error. I did another relearn. Then no acceleration. I changed gas pedal (TPS) light went out. Drove and light is back on. Code reads bad TPS. A bad part? Returned it and installed. Still no acceleration. I'm about to pull my hair out. Wiring issue maybe? Any suggestions?
I have a misfire on three cylinders after several miles. I have replaced the spark plugs, which were oily, cleaned the tubes, replaced tube seals (which were cracked), and have not seen oil leaks since, but the misfires persist. The wires are fourteen months old. I do not see any damage and I checked them with a multimeter. The distributor was leaking oil and the points were corroded. I replaced them, but the misfires continue. What do I check next to stop my car's cylinders from misfiring?
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