I bought my care 10/24/2011 and I loved it, but it started acting up so I had to do some repairs and I have fixed the timing belt, the water pump, radiator, timing belt, tune up, oil change, fuel pump, and fuel filter....but for some reason when I drive in it with the gas on full, it will cut off when I am not holding the breaks and the gas to keep it on...I still love it but I just got it and I am frustrated about the short, and my 9 certificate mechanic has put it on the analizer and it will not tell him anything so far... I love this car and it rides great, but for some reason we cant figure out why my love want stay on...anyone have any suggestions..
I always wanted a camry got 1,but..
Did you watch the mechanic run a diagnostic on your vehicle if not he probably didn't the 93 camry's don't have an obd port but all u need is a paper clip to stick in your port and it will flash the codes if any it on y outube but sounds like you are not very mechanical because the problem you described is not electrical completely at first guess I would say you need to try and clean your MAC and your throttle body and is mass air flow sencor follow your air filtering up the big round air hose connected to th top right side of your engine just remove it and with the can of mad cleaner it just an aerosol can with a cleaner dont do it until your vehicle is cooled down let it air out for about twenty minutes and see if that fixes it I have two identical camry's both with 300,000 plus miles and I drive one of them at 100 to 110 mph every morning for twenty solid minutes on my way to work
every morning I love the 93 camry I've owned at least 30 different vehicles and none have ever been more enjoyable to drive
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