2006 Camry feul pump issue

Asked by May 01, 2018 at 09:17 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi there,  something keep wacking out the fuel
pump in my 06 Camry Sportivo. Have had fuel
pump and filter replaced 4 times and been to 2
mechanics but they can't work it out. They just plug
their machine into car and say its fine. Has this
happened to anyone else and does anyone know
what could be wrong with it?

3 Answers

7,170

Were are you buying the pumps from?

The mechanics sourced the filters and pumps, they recently installed a new pump from a different batch cos they mentioned there can sometimes be batch problems. That was only 2 days ago and car ran OK on the trip home but I'm not feeling confidant about it. And I was thinking there has to be a start point somewhere that took out the 1st pump

7,170

It could be just cheap aftermarket pumps,OEM is always the way to go.

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