Actually.. to take the headlight lens apart, put the Oven on 200, put the headlight assembly in oven for a few minutes at a time, as the headlight assy heats up, the adhesive will loosen up making it easy to remove the lens. For a demonstration, go to Youtube and type in "How to remove headlight lens from assembly"
A 1987 Toyota Camry will take 5 quarts of oil. The type of oil the Camry uses is 10 W 30.
Opened the 1998 Toyota Camry hood compartment. Take hold of the light bulb connector. Push the connector in and turn at the same time. The light bulb will come out. Reverse the process to install the new light bulb.
After you take the headlight out, remove the metal clips holding the lens on. The lens has to be pried off because there is silicone there to keep it together
Yes you just have to take the plug out of the head to put in the distributor.
Recommended fuel for Toyota Camry is unleaded regular with up 10% of ethanol.
The 2011 Toyota Camry takes SAE 0W20 motor oil. That is the best oil for that vechile.
Take out the headlight is the easiest way!
Take it into the shop
take it to the garage
1998 Toyota Camry takes red antifreeze. some take green and orange, depending on the year. was never given a name, just the color.
A Toyota Camry built in 1998 takes DOT 3 brake fluid. This is the standard brake fluid for passenger cars.
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Take a hammer. smash the headlight assy. lens. Remove old bulb, put in new.
You take it to a Toyota garage to have the work done by Toyota trained mechanics.
You need to take off the Side marker light (on headlight). Turn the bulb harnez and it should come out! There is one Bolt on top...and the should be able to pull it out.
Take it to an expert. You are not qualified nor do you have the equipment to do this.
it takes almost 40oz .
Should be 4 at least.
I posted a link with the instructions in it. Hope this helps!
I use the genuine 'Toyota Long life Coolant' it is red in colour
you need tranmission fluid...if that doent do it take it to a speliciast