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Great Falls, VA
Check the wires where the go from the drivers side door frame to the door.There is a very good possibility that there are one or more broken wires. The wires have to do a lot of flexing there and it is a known problem area for many Camry's.
Any GM dealer can cut you new keys using the VIN number. Just take your title or registration to the dealer to prove it's your car and the Vin number is on those documents. Also some locksmiths can cut key from the VIN.
OK so you missed the service interval, guess you didn't read the manual to well. Now is there a question you want to ask?
probably because it is an 18 year, 163k mile old, mini-van. You really should consider yourself lucky this "van "even runs. There is a reason you don't see many of them on the road any more.
To be blunt, you need to start looking for a replacement engine, or replacement car, depending on the condition of the rest of the car.
Only if you tow it from the rear with the rear wheels on a dolly. And even then if the front wheels are not locked perfectly straight it will track crooked. If you can't tow it with the rear wheels off the ground you must remove the drive shaft. Disconnect it at the rear end and tie it to the frame so the front yolk will not come out of the transmission.
I live close enough to you I could swing by and take a look/listen.
Get it checked for a cylinder head gasket leak. It could be letting exhaust gasses into the coolant raising the pressure. Have you installed a new radiator cap with each radiator? If you have been using the same cap from the first blown radiator there is a chance that the cap might be causing the over pressure. But I would tend to think head gasket.
1 right after the flex pipe.
Google is your friend, use him/her. Or call your local dealer they will know. Any ways what does this have to do with auto repair or maintenance? Do your own searching!