The Camry DX is a more basic model that compared to the Camry LE. The DX has the AC as an option while the LE it is always included.
Possibly a plugged EGR valve. and your all noobs.
Depends on the year. Here is a site that has pictures of an EGR valve for a 1997 - 1999 Suburban: http://www.racepages.com/products/?D=gmc+suburban+egr+valve&Nty=1&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&Ntk=Main&N=4294950670+4294963366+9926&Dx=mode+matchallpartial&Ntt=gmc+suburban+egr+valve Go to www.racepages.com and search for an EGR valve for your year rig.
DX Wagon, 2.2L, 4 speed automatic, Curb weight, 3,175 lbs.
you can use r134 freon add a/c oil
That 1994 Toyota DX didn't come with a cabin filter.
My Toyota manual for a 1991 Corolla DX says that error code #71 is used only for California specifications. Here is the official diagnosis, according to the manual: the EGR gas temperature sensor signal (THG) is below the total temperature of the intake air temperature plus 55 deg Cent. (99 degrees F) after driving for 25 seconds in EGR operation range. The manual then lists five trouble areas: 1- Open in EGR temperature sensor circuit; 2- Open in VSV circuit for EGR, 3- EGR vacuum hose disconnected, valve stuck; 4- Clogged in EGR gas passage; 5 - ECU.
The thermostat in a 1996 Toyota Corolla DX is located in the top radiator hose. It is in the end that is closest to the engine.
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in between the firewall and intake manifold
where is the modulator vavle on my 1994 Mazda protege dx?
By selling this car and buying another one with a manual. Unless you have a donor car, with all the parts, this would be cost prohibitive.
There are multiple reasons for that. One of most famous ones are vacuum leak, faulty spark plugs or/and spark plug wires etc.
I would have the transmission checked , because the toqure converter may be ready to lock up permenitly
The 95 DX came standard with the 1.8L 16 Valve DOHC. The CE and LE I believe came with the 1.6L 16 Valve DOHC.
The answer is Yes.
ECT= Electronically Controlled Transmission. When you have this turned on, it delays the upshift, so you can obtain quicker takeoffs- like getting onto a freeway. Your fuel economy will suffer a bit as well.
In the kick panel to the left of the driver's foot. Look for a relay marked "28300-16010" Toyota wants $60 or so for it. A replacement from AutoZone is about $13, part number 19829 according to their on-line catlaog. I believe this after market version is not made in Japan.
VALVE CLEARANCE FOR A 2000 HONDA CIVIC EX 2 DOOR
try industrial area
In the da board