The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, or book store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
where the axle goes into the trans. there are 6 or 8 hex head bolts take them out and it pulls right off.
no you have to pull out axles first or it will ruin trans
IT is behind the little pull our compartment on the left side of steering column on the dash. Pull out the little compartment and the fuses are behind it.
There are thousands of reasons. You need to pull out error codes. You can do it at local autozone store.
Yes, you must pull both axles to change any transmission, Mazda or not.
If you don't have an own error code reader. You can use a free service at Auto Zone. They can pull trouble codes out for you for free.
You dont have to pull any axel
Remove the 1993 Toyota decorative radio cover in. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness.
The dipstick for the transmission fluid is near the battery. The dipstick is being held in place by a clip. You have to pull the clip away to be able to pull out the dipstick.
You need to pull the error code(s) out the computer. In most cases it will tell you what you need to replace.
the backing plate on the rearend has to come off and there are C -clips that you have to pull out of each axle where they mesh with the gears inside the rearend and then you can pull the axles out.
take off the wheel. unbolt the 2 lower strunt bolts, to swing the brake assembly out, pull that end of the axel out, then give the axel a good pull out and it should pop out of the transmission.
open trunk look directly under light grab socket twist left and pull
Pull pumpkin cover pull tires and brake and brake brakets...pull center carrier pin push axles in pull axle keepers pull axles out pop seals out put new seals in....do all steps in revers
you just have to look for the bolts it is not hard and the bottom part where u seat just pull up on it all it has its some plugs
The access port is underneath the steering wheel, at the very and of the plastic protection. PS: Camry does not have a code reader, a code reader has to be purchased or you can use AutoZone free service to pull error codes out of the car computer.
each wire has a plastic cap on the distributor end with a small tab on the end cap. With a small flat tip screwdriver, lift the tab a little and the cap should pull off easy.
it should be somewhere in the intake tubing, should consist of two wires runnung into a clip that plugs into the tubing, and you should be able to pull the whole thing out.
the fuel pump is under neath the rear seat. you will have to pull the front of the seat up and then slide it forward. there you will see the harness going to the fuel pump..
The fuse block on the 2007 Toyota Camry is underneath the dashboard on the left side of the steering wheel. If you look under the dash there is a retangular cover about 5 inches long and 2 inches wide - pull that off and you'll find the fuses. There should be a diagram on the back of the cover to tell you which fuse is for the cigarette lighter.
The fuse block on the 2006 - 2007 Toyota Camry is underneath the dashboard on the left hand side of the steering wheel. If you look under the dash there is a rectangular cover about 12cm long and 5cm wide - pull that off and you'll find the fuses. There should be a diagram on the back of the cover to tell you which fuse is for the cigarette lighter.
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If you have an automatic no leave the transmission in the car.If you have a standard yes because it easier to pull the engine and trans together on a standard. Check out my repair videos here. http://www.youtube.com/user/richpin06a
You should pull the battery and have it tested. If it tests ok, pull the alternator and have it tested. Most auto parts stores have the equipment to test these and there should be no charge for the test.
Grasp firmly on either side. With feet planted squarely in the center of each front seat and head sticking out of the sun roof, PULL! Pull with all the meaning and clarity of a catheter removal. Now, have a beer.
on the 3S-FE engine, you will have to remove the engine from the car, then pull the cover off where the timing belt is. The water pump is inside there. It's a JOB.