1990 Toyota Camry Repair and Maintenance Costs
A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 1990 Toyota Camry
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1990 Toyota Camry ProblemsPower Steering Leak From Pump and/or Hose
The power steering pump and power steering hoses tend to develop leaks, particularly in the V6 models.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate because a component of the oxygen sensor stops working. As a result the engine computer is unable to determine the proper ratio of air to fuel for the engine. Replacing the failed oxygen sensor should correct this concern.
Cars equipped with an automatic transmission might experience a hesitation when accelerating. Revised software for the on board computer is available which may correct this problem. Software revisions are commonly most helpful on newer vehicles. once the mileage builds up a worn component could cause similar problems. Whenever major transmission work in performed, the transmission software should be updated as necessary.
1990 Toyota Camry QuestionsThe check engine comes on sometimes when trying to start. I replaced the O2 sen. (1 answer)
I replaced the o2 sensor and the it starts OK. However, after a day or so it start doing the same thing. Hesitate to start with the check engine lite coming on ant then goes off after the car warms up. I replace the plugs, but the same problem re-occurs. When I took off the o2 sensor and clean it...
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Old but well maintained. 176K on odometer. No prior drips , whines, hard shifting
1990 Toyota Camry RecallsSeat Heater Wiring Shorts And Causes Fire
For vehicles equipped with aftermarket accessory seat heaters, the seat heater elements may short circuit when the seat cushion is compressed, and result in a fire hazard. Dealers will disconnect the seat heaters and refund the purchase price of the seat heaters free of charge to resolve the concern,
Toyota is recalling 1990 Camry models because the electronic control unit (ECU) for the power door lock system can fail, causing the contacts to "weld." This may result in door lock solenoid damage, which may make the doors fail to lock or unlock, even under manual operation. This can prevent passengers from exiting the vehicle in an emergency situation. Dealers will install an additional subcircuit relay control to prevent malfunction of original relays in the ECU.