have a 2012 camry altise. replaced the plugs and fuel filter and had trouble starting. car now starts but is sluggish. engine light and anti skid brake light are on. is there a knack in replacing

Asked by Apr 12, 2018 at 05:55 AM about the Toyota Corolla

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as above.  sorry; my name is derrick.

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plugs and wires should be done one at at time so you don't mix things up and I gap them at 040 tops despite what they say , . was there a problem that made you decide to do that work ?

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Thanks for replying. Yeah; filled up with diesel by mistake. Cleaned out tank and plugs but car wasn't really the same. Car only had 70,000 ks on the clock.

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the nozzle for diesel won't fit in a gas filler how did you manage that ? did you drop the gas tank and clean it ,? the whole system needs to be cleaned/replaced

Yes. No faults showed up. driving ok but split second late on starting up so decided to replace plugs and fuel pump.

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