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.


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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