Usually, the CD player will come with a manual indicating which wire needs to be connected to which. You probably need to buy a wire harness. Come to any store of Circuit City or Fry's Electronic and ask for Toyota Camry 1988 wire harness (about $20). This harness will snap on other end of the connector on your car. The wires on the harness will need to be connected to the CD player. The wire code is standardized. So you can use the instruction on the wire harness to connect to the CD player. Good luck
I had this same problem with the harness not matching a single thing. All foreign in every way possible. you have to compare to the original coming from the stock radio. use that as a a diagram to match the wires.
Just a reminder: If your vehicle is equipped with an airbag be sure to disconnect the negative battery terminal and wait 90 seconds before beginning this installation. If not, you run the danger of inadvertently deploying the airbag or causing the airbag light to come on and stay on (something that usually has to be reset by a Toyota service dept).
How do you change a fuel injector on a 1988 Toyota Camry
what is spark plug gap for a 1988 Toyota Camry? using a 5503 autolite.
1988 Toyota Camry, engine type is 3S-FE
On a 1989 Toyota Camry, the fuel tank capacity is 15.9 gallons.
it is in taylorville
The 1988 Toyota Camry transmission has a fluid capacity of 6.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
Most any 12 volt battery will work in your car.
Call up a locksmith and have a talk with him will direct you in the right direction.
Seeing what the wires are would allow a person to know which wire is which on a 1988 Toyota. It would be helpful to see what the wires are to know what they are for.
Behind the Glove box. Behind the glove box.
The gear box has gone bad.
Yes, it came with 2 sets of brakes. One is for normal driving and the other is for emergencies.
I'm dealing with the same problem on my station wagon Camry 1989. Pep boys say have to order thru Dealer
Take it to the trim shop. It probably will need replaced.
At the risk of sounding like a smarty pants. With the Dip Stick
There can be several things causing this. Take it to an auto trim shop.
buy a premade kit from a local wrecker,where are you as in Melbourne you can get a complete kit for $380 from toya bits.
Power Steering contains the fluid which is in Disc Brakes(uncompressible liquid).It evaporates it self.
Bad thermostat maybe?
There is an electrical failure in the trans and will have to be checked out by a good trans shop. GoodluckJoe
A very short Phillips head screwdriver to remove the 2 screws in the cover and lift out. There is not much roomk.
turn it up until they distort...do not turn it up(wattage) past their distortion level or you'll blow 'em :)
Guessing Camry?????? firing order is 123456 distributor rotation is counter clockwise #1 cylinder is left front