2000 Toyota Camry Questions
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Cats and sensors replaced with Bosal and Denso about 2k miles ago. Code returned recently.
Exhaust is now new from engine to tailpipe.
LTFT at 2K is at 16%. Have smoked it several times, repairing leaks as I find them (leaking EGR to intake gasket, cracked upper resonator tube, cracked intake tube, cracked EGR vacuum control valve vacuum tube).
After repairs, the codes are cleared and we attempt to set readiness, but code returns, and LTFT really doesn't drop.
Only one code appears. I have the graphs of the o2 sensors (a/f sensor) as well as freeze frame screen shots, but I am not sure how to post them.
I have a 2000 Camry that my daughter ran out of oil it starts and runs but sounds terrible. Someone totalled a 2005 prius and said I could have the motor will I be able to have the prius motor out in the camry
My oil light kept flashing &
On and off and all of sudden, my car cut off and wouldn't cut back until 10 minutes later. But there was a clicking noise while headed home.
Valve cover, then it started cutting out of and on then developed a knoxk, changed battery put oil treatment in ran better, now its running worse knocking when accelerated and cutting out real bad what is up
will come on..Today it happened again only this time while in D and R also lite up then stopped BUT would light up when I used the brakes. Doors are all closed, oil has been checked.
what's going on??
Took out mats to let it drie.now it happens behind drier seat. Thanks
Check engine light on because camshaft sensor i replaceed to it to the mechanic and they said it still say they same
This is my first car and I am super excited, but it is not without problem. The check engine light comes on every two weeks, given that I don't drive a lot. I had a scanner and it reads P0440 (Evaporative Emission Control System Malfunction).
I have done lots of research on the error but it is quite difficult to pinpoint what might be troublesome in the whole evaporative system. I have check the gas cap, it looks good. If anyone had the same experience/repair, please share.
ts are showing. my actual brake lights arent on at night when i have the car lights on. can anyone please tell me what the problem could be? Thank you!
I have a 2000 Toyota Camry V6 with 76K miles. A week ago, I took my car to the shop to have the battery tested because after not driving it for 5 days during the huge snow storm, I needed to have it jumped. They tested the battery and said it was fine .. it was just the 5 days plus the extreme cold. Had them change the oil since it was due. Asked them to check strange smell. They said is was oil leaking because the valve cover gaskets were dry-rotting & needed to be replaced. It was about 1/2 quart down over 7000 miles since I'd last had oil change. Since I plan on keeping the car, I had them replace them. There was also a squealing noise on occasion ... usually but not always when the AC was on. They said fan belt was loose & should be tightened. Drove car 1-3 miles a few times over next 4 days (probably not over 45mph). Then on day 5, I drove on Interstate (70mph) and 1 hour into the trip, the check engine light came on when I was accelerating back onto interstate. And it's stayed on all week. They say it's showing errors P0401 and P0402, and I'm just wondering if there is *anything* they could have done to make this happen based on the other work I had them do. I know nothing about cars, but my antennae goes up a little when I didn't have this problem before and less than a week after taking it in, I now have a check engine light & a problem that's probably going to be $600+ to fix depending on the cause (that they said could be 10+ possibilities).
Charged battery engine cranks but won’t start. Also door locks, radio and other accessories won’t work.