1990 toyota celica keeps stalling and is hard to start?
Ok, so I have a 1990 toyota celica that keeps dying randomly and/or being occasionally hard to start. It was an excellent car until we put fuel cleaner in. was always garaged, and completely rust-free. But it's occasionally hard to start and sometimes even stalls. It's been doing this ever since I put fuel cleaner in. We changed the fuel filter, sprayed throttle body cleaner, replaced the efi main relay, cleaned out the throttle body and air intake with compressed air but the problem still persists! Also take note that it smokes when it starts up, and we also tested the fuel pump and we know it works but are unsure of the fuel pressure. What could the issue be?
Also, ive noticed the problem is getting worse, it has been studdering lately even when i'm giving it gas
- thebax2006Lv 73 years ago
You can't determine what is wrong with out testing all of the sensors. The ECT sensor may be giving the computer the wrong temperature information causing too rich of a fuel mixture.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- Anonymous3 years ago
- SlowsurferLv 53 years ago
Plugged catalytic converter