check your blower fan. you may only be getting air thru your fresh air vent.
From my experience Toyota oil filter works great.
the resistor for the blower motor is busted blower works on high with out it
Just buy it from one of Toyota dealers. It's cheap and works just great.
This is how to reset "Maintenance Required" light on Toyota Camry with "Smart Key" feature.This works on 2007 and newer Camry models, including the Camry Hybrid. Put the odometer on "Trip A." Turn off the car, hold down the odometer button and, without putting foot on the brake, push "Start" button twice (while continuing to hold down the odometer button). Watch the display . . . it will speak for itself.
Toyota 4-cylinders. That's the number I use for my '02 Camry & '04 Rav 4.
Most wrecking yards would have this information. So should the business you're buying it from. If it's an individual, I would need proof the 93 tranny works, if it fits.
use Dextron 11 or 111 transmission fluid. it works well in power streering
Please take a look at this link. I had the same problem and wondered how to open the door panel. http://en.allexperts.com/q/Toyota-Repair-832/Toyota-Camry-Power-Window.htm
the scosche one for 1989 Camry works perfect it wont say wagon on the back but it still works the scosche one for 1989 Camry works perfect it wont say wagon on the back but it still works
measure the frame and the motor, along with the bolt holes to hook each other togethor and if it fits make sure the transmition works before using.
It must be. Check the fuse box. Each fuse box has a key page next to it explaining each fuse function.
I've heard that disconnecting the battery for an hour or so works. Or turning the ignition on and off (without starting the car) repeatedly.
First you have to determine what the problem is. The fan, fuse, switch, loose connection. Check the fuse first and then run power to the fan to see if it works.
There aren't any switches to check/replace i.e. wiper switch, wiper relay therefore it must be a bad motor.
The brain for the alarm is under the driver seat just disconect it you should be good!
You need to clean the throttle body also make sure that you check the air filter. If it does not help check if the throttle position sensor works properly.
Don't use your cell phone while driving, it works every time.
No, you don't. Just buy oil from Toyota dealer and you will be fine. It's relatively cheap and works great with Camry engines. You do not have to buy oil from your Toyota dealer and pay a premium price. Toyota does not make oil and you are buying nothing more than some name brand oil with a Toyota label on the bottle. Purchase a name brand oil of your choice of the correct weight at the place with the best price. Do you need high mileage oil? If the engine has over 100,000 miles on the odometer, then High Mileage oil can be of benefit and for sure will do no harm.
If you able to restart after a few minutes, then your CMP is defective.
everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the REFERENCE section...make copies of the right sections...good luck :)
Simple. Look up under your dash board follow the clutch pedal to the switch, pull it out, jam a paper clip it ins place. Your Toyota will now start in gear if you turn the key. :�
It is right under the steering wheel under the panel. It's connected right under where the pedals are. It's on the left side connected.
read up on how the thing works... Everyone should have a manual, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for copies in the reference section (FOR FREE)...read up and fix 'em like the pro's...! :) Dave
1997 Toyota Camry Key Wont turn, Ignition Lock problem -1997 toyota camry FIXED!!! I see a lot of Douches with a capital D trying to charge people to fix this extremely common issue with this Camry ignition cylinder. OK pull the plastic guard off encasing the steering column. Get a phillips head screwdriver and remove the 2 screws holding the little off-white connector at the rear of the module(it has the wires to the ignition running to it). Get a pair of pliers or a small crescent wrench and while trying to turn the key use the wrench to turn the little rod sticking out of the back of the module. Make sure your turning it WITH the direction the key is trying to turn it. It should immediate be freed. Voila IT WORKS! AND THATS WHY PEOPLE DONT TRUST MECHANICS! HOW CAN YOU CHARGE SOMEONE FOR THAT INFO?
either the switch or the fan motor