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fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
13,482 miles

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2014 Toyota Camry fuel system problems

fuel system problem

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2014 Toyota Camry Owner Comments

problem #7

Aug 022016


  • 32,000 miles


At time when you press the accelerator the engine will not respond, then it jumps and takes off very fast. I think it is dangerous when changing lane, coming on a ramp into the interstate or other fast moving lanes. Both not moving and/or jumping on the traffic. I was told it was a computer problem and cannot be tuned?

- Fairhope, AL, USA

problem #6

Jan 212015


  • 4,800 miles
This car has a reoccurring problem, it stalls when attempting to accelerate from a low speed (10 TO15 mph) to merge into traffic flow. This problem happened 5 or 6 times in the first 6 months of service. We returned it to the dealership and reported the problem. They found no cause for the problem at that time. Since that time the car has stalled at least 4 more times. We will return to the dealership Sept. 8th to try to get the problem resolved. On at least 2 of the stalling things it nearly caused serious collisions. I looked on your data base and found other instances of the Camry stalling with no resolution provide by Toyota or the selling dealership. Please look into this as there is a great potential for serious injury.

- Hartsville, Sc, SC, USA

problem #5

Aug 222014


  • 100 miles
While driving (doesn't matter the speed) my car will suddenly lose power and want to stall, like it's not getting any gas.stepping on gas pedal does no good. Then it will suddenly kick back in and drive normal untill the next time it feels like doing it. The problem doesn't happen every day, just never know when it will happen.pretty scary when your on the interstate doing 65mph and your car wants to stall in middle of heavy traffic.I took my car to Toyota dealer, they said they could find nothing wrong, that doesn't change the fact that this stalling problem is happening.

- Saint Albans, VT, USA

problem #4

Jul 102015


  • 14,525 miles


The vehicle intermittently hesitates (stalls) at starts and at other times as well. We have notified Toyota of this situation twice. At first this was just a nuisance (shorter hesitations), but now it is happening more frequently and the hesitations are longer leaving us in more precarious situations. When we arrived today I explained the hesitation problem. Some of xxx statements were rather troubling to me: (1) "this is a new system. There is no longer a wire and throttle. You need to learn to re-drive with it." (2) "though we have equipped all Toyota with this new system, this hesitation problem is predominately in Camry." (3) "I have a 15 Toyota avalon and I have been waiting for it to happen to me. It has not happened yet." (4) "if the computer engine light is not on, then your car is operating within spec. There is nothing wrong with your system." (5) "new Camry have a lot computers and you need to allow all the interfaces of the all the computers in the vehicle to communicate with one another. This causes some delay." These statements were stated before (1, 2, 4) and after (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) the car was inspected. I told xxx repeatedly that this was our second visit to germain to report the problem and that this hesitation may cause us to have an accident. Xxx kept insisting that it was not Toyota's / computer's fault, that we just needed to learn to re-drive the car. I disagree that "if the computer engine light is not on, then your car is operating within specs." Toyota needs to acknowledge that computers can break, be loaded with improper information, be set up incorrectly, etc. Something is causing this hesitation "primarily" in Camry! in our opinion, all Toyota Camry with this "new system" should be recalled and this situation addressed immediately. We are hoping that Toyota will do the right thing for all Camry owners.

- Naples, FL, USA

problem #3

Apr 252015


  • 10,450 miles
Driver was slowing down, coasting before applying brake to turned left into driveway. Driver applied brake and car accelerated very strong but brief; driver then applied brake very firmly, and car stopped; but by this time, car missed driveway entry, and had to back up to restart entry. This same scenario has occurred 3 times with 2 different drivers. Other 2 occurrences were less strong, sub-second acceleration "blips" Toyota case #TA151210472.

- Carol Stream, IL, USA

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problem #2

May 092015


  • 24,000 miles
After coming to a stop at a red light on a four lane highway, when the light turned green, the 2014 Toyota Camry would not move forward for about 5 sec. The second incident occurred on the same day. When attempting a left turn across traffic, the car stalled again for about 3 seconds. It was a rental from hertz and was exchanged for another auto.

- Louisville, KY, USA

problem #1

Apr 042015

Camry 4-cyl

  • 8,500 miles
I went out to the garage to verify that the garage door was closed and heard something humming in the garage. Upon investigating the sound it turned out to be coming from under the rear of the car. The only thing that made sense to me was the fuel pump was running. I proceeded to get the keys and cycled the ignition to on without starting the car and then back to off. The humming stopped. I did remember hearing a second humming sound start and stop when turning the key to the on position, which would be the normal fuel pump cycling for an engine start sequence. I am wondering if what I originally heard may have been a relief valve slowly bleeding off pressure, but I am not sure if there is a relief valve somewhere in the back of the car. I disconnected the battery overnight for piece of mind. This did all occur between 4-5 hours after the car had been parked. I will be contacting my Toyota dealer regarding this problem.

- Honeoye, NY, USA

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