This is done by removing the trim on the inside of the door. Then it is neccessary to remove the No1 service hole cover. Then one removes the door lock protector, the door handle protector, and detatch the control cable from the outside door handle. You then remove the door lock wire harness loops,...
1. Open trunk lid 2. Open flaps in trunk liner to gain access to tail lights (both sides) 3. Identify location of bad bulb 4. Grasp socket and turn counter clockwise until it can be removed 5. Remove and replace bulb (the replacement numbers are in your owner's manual) 6. Move to the...
Disabling the auto lock feature. .
Check the owners manual in the section where it describes the automatic locks..
For example, in the 2004 Dodge Ram 2500 users manual it indicates the automatic locks can be disabled by turning the ignition key on/off 4 times (do not start the vehicle), leave the...
If it is a v6 it willl be under the front exhaust manifold
If you are lucky tie rod (inner or outer) has to be replaced. If you are not lucky you will have to replace all steering mechanism (steering rack).
Removal of serpentine belt: Directly below the alternator you will see a small idler pully, below that a tension pulley on a long trianglular arm. A 3/8 ratchet will fit right into the square hole near the bottm of that arm, pull up and towards you and the belt will go slack, just pop it off the...
If the care was taken care of more than 200k is a lot even for camry, but sometimes people were able to drive their camries more than 250k. But it's already unsafe and expensive because main car systems start failing.
I had this happen to me. The mechanic had to go in the trunk and open the door manually. I can't give exact details, but you should see a manual release for the fuel door. They had to replace the part on the fuel door that is controlled by the fuel door switch on the floor left of the...
Go to autozones site and print the instructions
Disconnect the battery for 5 minutes.
It depends on which one you are going to change. There are two of them. One is under the battery, another one is in the tank. If you want to change the one under the battery, you need to disconnect the fuel pump harness. Run the engine until it stalls. Then replace the filter (you will need to...
\nif you're referring to presets, its simple. find a radio station you want to save, choose which preset number you would like that station to be on (1-6), press and hold the button you chose until the number comes up on the screen. repeat procedure until all slots are full or you run out...
I just got this off another web site. It said it was for a 190E. I'm not sure if it's right yet, I guess I'll find out when I work on my radio in the morning.\n.
\nMemory (+12v Constant) Red \nIgnition (+12v Switched) Black/Yellow \nGround (-) Brown \nIllumination Gray/Blue \nDimmer (none...
\nYour 89 New Yorker has a peice of trim at the bottom the tail light, in that small piece of trim is a screw. Take that screw out and you can get to the rest of the screws that hold the tail light assembly in place, Oh yes most important you must have the trunk lid raised so you can get...
The 2.4 liter , 4 cylinder , in a 2007 Toyota Camry has a timing CHAIN
there shouldn't be any a (sealed chassis) most front wheel drive car don't have any some like cavaliers have either two or four on the lower ball joint and on the steering rod ends
Check the new battery, check connection cables (the most possible reason but not necessary), check your antitheft system, some of them will not allow start after the battery power outgage.
disconnect you're battery first ,remove glove box. locate your blower motor and disconnect your wiring harness from it ,next remove the computer on the right side of the blower box. ,then remove the three screws and one 10mm nut and pull the entire blower assembly out. there is a hidden screw up top...
\nits under the hood, on the drivers side, rearward and below the air filter box. it has a hose connected to the top that goes toward the engine (obviously to supply fuel to it!). replacing it is not nearly as easy as replacing the air filter. to be honest, ive worked at a Toyota dealer...
You don't, it's either broken or not there is no in between. Unless you are very lucky and the belt will slip one tooth without braking. You will notice that because the engine timing will change.
If it starts going dark you should probably find out why. Fluids like that are only changed when they indicate a problem. Typically, hydraulic fluid isn't changed since it never gets hot. Heat causes oils to break down and since hydraulic oil doesn't get that hot, the only potential for...
Your brake fuse might continue blowing in the 1995 Toyota Camrybecause you have a wire that is exposed and shorting out. You mightalso have an issue with the brake sensors.
Yes, it does. I believe Toyota's V6 is non-interference engine.
You need it to pull out the code. It will allow you the find the reason. Without a particular it's almost impossible to find the problem.
Timing chain is usually replaced at 200K.
Yes, it can. But your maintenance bill will increase sufficiently. If you are the original owner of the car you will have a better luck. --- Personally, I have a 98 with 275k, and it's still going strong. We've had no major problems with it, and as long as you maintain the oil level (mine leaks),...
Valve stem seals are usually the cause of smoke on start that goes away after a few seconds.
If it is anything like my 1991 Nissan Sentra (and it probably is), the solenoid is actually attached to the top of the starter. The starter is located underneath the car, attached just below the engine block but on top the transaxle (where the transmission connects with the axle) it is very...
ETS means ENHANCED TRACTION SYSTEM. You need to have the ECU scanned and see what codes come up. With these codes an expert can diagnose the cause of the problem.
that depends on the vehicle. before anyone can give you an answer we need to know the make, model, year, and engine
Call Sears or go to a parts store to see what a battery will cost. Most cars use a standard battery that usually runs from about 85.00 to 150.00.
The same as you would for any other make and model of car
Check the fuel filter and catalatic convertor..
Check the EGR valve. It sounds like your EGR valve is staying open. An EGR valve that is open at idle will cause a car to stall. An EGR should be closed at idle and open when you are driving around..
Trouble code P0773 means:Shift solenoid E electrical
Bearing needs to be replaced
The ES model is most like the Toyota Camry. Both cars are built on the same chassis.
Most older Camrys have front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. Each front wheel has a pair of brake pads that eventually wear out and have to be replaced; do not replace pads on only one wheel -- replace the pads on both wheels. Each rear wheel has a pair of brake 'shoes' that eventually wear out...
Here's a great video that shows you how to replace the headlight on a 2002 Toyota Camry: carcarekiosk.com/video/2002_Toyota_Camry_LE_2.4L_4_Cyl./lights/headlight
The Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) shows ( 90,000 mile change intervals for the timing belt in a 2.2 liter 4 cylinder in a 1999 Toyota Camry ) Also , that it is NOT an interference engine
you need to take it to a repair shop and have it scanned for codes.
The Camry used R-12 refrigerant through the 1993 model year -- up until the mandated change-over date in 1994. Camrys after 1994 used R-134a.
\nyes you can drive the car in to have it fixed but you might have to put in some power steering fluid first to help you steer better
This indicates a fault in the AC system. Most likely you have a broken or slipping belt. Turn off the AC, turn it on again and see if the light returns. If the compressor is spinning, it may need a refrigerant recharge. -Will
1991 Toyota Camry Troubleshooting (check in this order): Â· Check Fuses Â· Check Bulbs Â· Check Relay(s) Â· Check Light Switch(es) Â· Check license plate light bulb and wiring Â· Check trailer hitch wiring harness Â· Check all wiring harnesses and wire Most likely its the...
Spark plug wires are made in the way when it's really hard to connect wires in a wrong order, they have certain length and a special holder which prevents mistakes during repair process.
take it to the dealership. part is only about $32, but it needs to be riveted on..
This would depend on the model, I had a 1996 Tahoe, and I have replaced interior, and exterior door handles with no problem, none of them were riveted in, all screwed in.
you need to take it to a shop
The answer to this question is about 14 bucks at your local bookstore or automotive parts store. You aren't going to get a safe and thorough explanation on the internet. I would advise you to get the assistance of someone who has turned a few wrenches in his life and hopefully done brakes before. Or...
\nthere are perhaps 20 reasons. ill give you a few ideas.\n- check for gas in the tank\n- check for fuel pressure(this requires a guage and some knowhow)\n- check the plugs for wear and cracked housing\n- see if there is in fact spark coming from the end of each plug wire \n- remove the...
$10-20 for filter + labor.
Timing chain usually needs to be replaced each 180-200K miles.
Basically the same thing when you replace the timing belt, you will have to remove the engine pan, oil pick up line. And only then you will be able to remove the oil pump.
Its a warning showing the airbags are at risk of deploying. The light is on because the computer has detected a malfunction.
I would check the transmission safety switch. If it's faulty you will not be able to get your key out.
\nYes, the 2005 Camry 4 cylinder has a timing chain not a timing belt.
No, it has a chain. Replacement is rare and not part of scheduled maint.
Usually map sensors have to be replaced and cannot be repaired.
I would check the air filter first. If the filter is clean you need to clean the throttle body.
It is located below and almost behind your air conditioning pump. get a flashlight and give it a good look, you'll find it. This is if your Caprice has a 5.0L engine.
It depends on model of Camry you have. You always can dealer and get your answers.
what u do is look for the ac line for a cap on the cap is a L and a H u take off the L cap and use a ac refiller form walmart and make sure it stay in the green when u refill it if it gose in the red the can will blow in ur hand
First, you can remove wheels and loot at the observation windows (you will be able to see pads through the windows.) .
Second, when you have to because you breaks are not working properly: you have to press it really hard, or the car is shaking when you are pressing breaks and so on.
It's behind the plastic cover shield, behind the steering wheel.
Bad valve seals will that. You can purchase oil treatment which allows partially restore failing gaskets. But if the engine is doing that for a while, you need to replace the seals.
2003 rave4 solenoid malfunction
smoke coming from the a/c why is this?
\nif its a 4 cyl. there is an oxygen sensor screwed into the exhaust pipe under the drivers seat area. there is also an air fuel ratio sensor screwed into the exhaust manifold. for that one just open the hood, its almost looking right at you.
SAE 10w30 high mileage oil. Most major brands maker a high mileage oil. I personally use Pennzoil in my Toyota Tacoma with 130,000 miles on the ODO.
\nwww.the12volt.com go to the diagrams section...
By adding more oil than is recommended by the manufacturer, you risk the possibility of additional wear on internal seals. You should fill the oil to a level within the range given on the dip stick.
Most likely because the speed sensor does not function properly.
If your car was taken a proper care, it can go easily up to 200k.
You need to remove the wheel, the caliper and the caliper mount. After you do that you can remove the caliper.
Properly cared for and maintained it should last well past 200,000 miles.
You can take the car to any nearby Autozone and have them reset it for you (for free). But eventually you have to figure out what is turning on the light and fix it!
You need a special puller. You can lease it in AutoZone.
many engine builders like to use lubriplate 105 assembly grease pack clean grease into inlet of pump for start up or if pump is open pack clean grease into gears or lobe and rotor
Fora 2AZ-FE engine 4 US quarts with new filter (i.e. 4 cylinder) For a 1MZ-FE engine 5 US quarts with new filter (i.e. 6 cylinder)
Yes the 1997 Toyota Camry has a metal screen filter inside of the transmission pan on the bottom of the transmission, you will have to remove the bottom transmission to get to the filter, because the filter is a metal screen you do not have to replace the filter, you can clean the filter and reuse...
\nNot positive.but look behind the change compartment on the left side of dashboard.This opens and snaps out....
1993 Toyota Camry brake light bulb replacement: Purchase the correct replacement brake light bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement brake light bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the replacement procedure. As simple...
The V6 uses a belt and the 4 cylinder has a chain.
\nUsually the fuel filters are located in the engine compartment drivers side near the brake booster.
A lot depends on what you think is wrong with the window. If none of the windows work you probably have an issue with a fuse or relay. If only one window doesn't work it could be a wiring fault, jammed mechanism (rare), bad motor or just a bad switch. Since the switch is the easiest to get to you...
Stalling, hard starting and loss of power. If you even suspect it is clogged, replace it.
The cabin air filter is located on the passenger side of the front cowl. You will need to lift the hood. Remove the 5 #25 Torx screws holding down the black cowl cover. Remove the two drain hoses that are connected to the cowl cover. You can lift the cowl cover just enough to reach in and remove...
You can not for it is illegal to tamper with this and it is tamper proof. If you are trying to show less miles, unscrew the speed odometer cable from the transmission and drive.
It basically makes it so your car shifts gears a little later slloeing for more rpms between shifting gears and giving you more acceleration. However, it will use up more gas as with any car accelerating above normal. I have a 6 cylinder 96 camry myself. I love the lil extra power. It makes it feel...
I think it means that the AC belt is slipping, AC clutch is failing or freon pressure is low. But I might be wrong.
Engines do not vibrate unless they starve on air or gas. What might vibrate when you are slowing down is wore brake disks or faulty bearings.
No, you don't. Just buy oil from Toyota dealer and you will be fine. It's relatively cheap and works great with Camry engines. You do not have to buy oil from your Toyota dealer and pay a premium price. Toyota does not make oil and you are buying nothing more than some name brand oil with a Toyota...