I have a 92 camry with a 2.2l in it. For some reason it keeps loading up but it only does it when it is in gear. Wondering if anyone has had this problem before? I have another motor for it but I really don't want to do a swap.
Post by betonblack on Aug 16, 2011 17:50:38 GMT -5
91 corolla....1.6 NEED HELP....Pulled the car in my shop and stripped it out got it all done cage and all went to pull it out and wouldnt run....It will run when the starter is engaged so i thought it might be in the switch so i hot wired the car and still no luck i need ideas anything i will listen ;D
i have a 91 camry with a 2.0. and i was wanting to know is there anything shitty about these cars beside the axles and tie rods. thanks
not that i'm aware of. the car in my sig is a 91camry. got 3 derbies out of it. could have gotten more but i had no time for it so i scrapped it. just make sure there is barely any room for the motor to jump around and you will be fine for the axles
I been chasing a problem on mine for a few weeks. I have changed the plugs wires cap and rotor and it only happens when it rains. It will start fine and idle but as soon as I hit the gas it hesitates and wants to stall like it's miss firing. I have good pressure and good gas. When I take the cap off there is modifier inside so I clean it out and runs ok. Also I put silicone on the cap to try and keep the modifier out but it still get in there. Any help would be great thanks
does putting on headers actually help any? besides not getting bent or plugged up with mudd
In my eyes, the biggest advantage is the direction of any exhaust flames. Wife & I drew separate heats....was watching her. Exhaust was throwing 3 foot flames out of it....it was obviously. She was shut down & doused with halon With a header, it would have been a different story.
Clinton Krueger Sedgwick County, Colorado Be stronger than your excuses.
I have ran a 93 corolla a couple years. The rear ends are tough. They ball up and you can hit with it all night. The front end is a different story. Find a good steel bumper for the front, and keep it in reverse.