The 2000 Toyota Camry four-cylinder is not an interfere engine. However you should replace the timing belt every 90,000 miles in order to not be stranded when it breaks.
If you mean the brake master cylinder, then squealing might mean that you have a vacuum leak.
You should do that through the master brake cylinder.
You can add fluid in the reservoir on the top of the main brake cylinder. It's located on the firewall just in front of the driver's seat in the engine compartment.
93 Camry fuel filter is right below the brake master cylinder
It's between the battery and the main brake cylinder.
one of the two things, master cylinder or portion vavle is gone out
In the engine compartment , on the drivers side , between the brake master cylinder and the firewall
you will have to removed the engine mount on the timing belt side. It is removed with a 17mm socket and ratchet. There are two studs coming out of the bottom with 14mm nuts on them. This completely removes the timing belt side engine mount. Using a floor jack, you will be able to jack up the engine enough to access the timing belt cover and remove the bolts with a 10mm socket.
If it only flickers it may be due to low fluid level in the master cylinder. Check your brake fluid reservoir.
May be a bad master cylinder, a bad sending unit from the master cylinder or the parking brake or the parking brake is not completely disengaging.
When you work on brake system you want to remember to bleed the brake lines.
Yes , either your parking brake is on , or your brake fluid level in your brake master cylinder in your engine compartment is low
I believe the four cylinder has rear drums and the six has disc brakes.
Is the brake fluid level low in your brake master cylinder in the engine compartment ?
Either your parking brake ( emergency brake ) is on or the brake fluid level in your brake master cylinder in your engine compartment is LOW
The brake booster is what gives you power brakes. In the engine compartment in front of the steering wheel is a round black flat ball looking thing. That's the brake booster with the brake master cylinder attached in front of it. The brake booster uses VACCUM from the engine to multiply the force that your foot applies to the master cylinder. Used with power brake applications
If the parking brake isn't on , check the brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder in the engine compartment and see if it is low
If you mean the " BRAKE " light in your dash , that means your brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder is LOW . The brake master cylinder is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side
If your brake light is on , either the parking brake is on or the BRAKE FLUID LEVEL in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment IS LOW
probably not your engine, sounds like its time for new brake pads. if this doesnt correct it have the master brake cylinder checked
On top of the brake master cylinder
If you only added engine oil to the master brake cylinder reservoir, remove the master cylinder and replace it with a new one. Engine oil in the brake system will destroy all rubber parts and seals, so if the engine oil worked its way to the calipers and wheel cylinders those would have to be replaced also.
The brake light in your dash comes on , if the brake fluid level in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment is LOW , and also if your emergency brake is on
Either the BRAKE FLUID LEVEL IS LOW in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment or your parking brake / emergency brake is still engaged