Seeing the check engine light's on, sent the car a toyota dealer, which changed the ignition coil of cylinder#2. A day after, the light's on again, the dealer changed the spark plug. Then the light's blinking in a few hours. The mechanic of the dealer did the compression test and saw #2 has 155 PSI and each of the rest cylinders has 188 PSI. I was told I need replace the engine since the #2 cyclinder's wall was worn. What can I do? Thanks!
Camry v6 2007. Cylinder 2 has misfire with 155 PSI. Can I continue to drive? on 2007 Toyota Camry
by tty2010 in Hartford, CT on April 16, 2012
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ANSWER by chinasinoy , April 16, 2012
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COMMENT by tty2010 , April 18, 2012
Thanks a lot! Is this a kind of diagnosis code reader?