My '96 camry stalled again when making a left turn. Last time it stalled was about a month ago, I then cleaned the throttle body valve with toyota throttle body valve cleaner, both sides of the valve, and with a toothbrush. I thought that would have solved the problem.
My next suspect is the idle air control valve. What is the correct way
Probably should have waited for a reply first, but the idea sounded like a good one, so I went ahead and did it. (Got the fire extinguisher ready, just in case spraying a flammable chemical on a hot engine did something... flammable.)
What an experience. A great sucking sound could be heard (I'd removed the air intake hose), and the engine sounded like it was going to stall each time I sprayed carburetor cleaner into the rectangular hole just inside the throttle body. I sprayed a total of three times. Then I shut down the engine, re-attached the air intake hose, and drove the car around the block. So far so good. I'll have to wait about a month to see if this did the trick...
If the symptoms return, try TriFlow next time - helps lubricate to avoid sticking now that you've cleaned it.
Maybe I should add the TriFlow now, to prevent sticking now that I've cleaned it?
Is this the product? http://www.trisports.com/trifsupluboz2.html
Where do you buy it? Target? Pep Boys? Bicycle shops only?