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Great Falls, VA
Why doesn't anyone read their owners manual anymore? 85% of the questions asked here are covered in the owners manual. If you don't have your owners manual get one most can be found free online, junked cars, or just pay for one at the dealer they are worth it.
1999 Toyota Camry 2.2L 4Cyl. Auto Trans, 65k miles. I am getting a DTC Code 1133. Variable SwrlCntrl Sol. Valve Bank 2. Using a OBD II scan tool at Advanced Auto. But my Toyota service manual says it is A/F out of range. I have 4 questions: 1. What is a Variable SwrlCntrl Sol. Valve? 2. What does it do? 3. Where is it? 4. How can I have a Bank 2 on an inline 4 Cyl? The A/F out of range I understand. I would be grateful for any help understanding this, Thank You.
I would guess it may be the Blower Motor Resistor, it runs about $35 and is usually located behind the glove box near the blower motor.
I would still go with a new control module. Make sure you use the di-electric grease as instructed. The part should run $50 or less.
You can probably get the switch at any parts store, or as a last resort the dealer. They are relatively easy to replace. Look under the dashboard above the brake pedal, it will mount so that the round end of the switch is up against the brake pedal lever.
I can't find one, the manual only lists the EGR valve, vacuum modulator for the EGR and a vacuum switching valve (VSV) for the EGR. Get all the 1999 Camry manuals here: http://www.camrystuff.com/index.php?page=Gen4_Manuals
If the brake lights do not work and the transmission will not shift out of park I would check the brake light switch. I may just need to be adjusted. even if it needs to be replaced it is very straight forward.
Probably the butterfly valve in the intake needs to be cleaned.
The engine code is the 8th digit in your VIN also check out: http://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/pdf/vincard96.pdf scroll down to get to the trucks.
I can't find one either check out this site for more camry info then you will ever need http://www.camrystuff.com/index.php?page=Gen4_Manuals
In a fuse block behind the coin box lower left of dash. To remove the coin box, open and lift slightly up as you open even more. The fuse is labeled GAU. in a diagram on the back of the coin box.
On the bottom tank about 6 inches from the drivers side.
Is there any way to check the O2 sensors with a volt/ohm meter? The factory manual says to use an oscilloscope but I do not have access to one. I get a 0420 code (catalyst efficiency below threshold)But I would like to make sure it isn't just a lazy sensor. It is my understanding that this car has 2 Cats, 1 at the exhaust maniflod and 1 in the pipe ahead of the muffler. How would I know which one has gone bad or do you just replace both (expensive). By the way the emissions sticker says this car approved for CAL & OTC OBD II certified.