2009 Camry Toyota

Asked by Mar 21, 2017 at 06:37 PM about the 2009 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car died while driving.  Won't start back up.  
Checked with a tester and nothing showed.  Turns
over but doesn't crank up.

8 Answers

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Check for spark first, if there is spark then the fuel pressure would have to be checked. Make sure there is gas in the tank.

Done and also checked coils

Has gas also checked fuses and relays and nothing.

72,125

Well its either a spark or fuel issue.

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What Engine and mileage? When the engine WAS running....did you notice any warning lights On or Flashing?

No and the MIL 83000

1,800

Let's start the diagnosis by checking fluid levels. What does the gas Guage read? Pull the engine dip stick. Smell it....does the oil smell like gas?

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Annmarie....did you ultimately find the cause and fix for this vehicle?

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