1993 Toyota Camry V6 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Hi. Thanks for your question. For issues related to breaks on 1993 Toyota cramy you can visit https://www.reliable-store.com and download the entire workshop manual which includes all the information along with the diagrams for better understanding. Good day!

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 08, 2018 | 208 views

DO NOT PLAY WITH SYSTEM ITS DANGEROUS take to air con dealer to diagnose the problem i worked on car aircon systems and have seen many accidents the only way is to check the high and low pressures ifits got the old r12 then it may need converting to hc134 refridgerant

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 10, 2018 | 34 views

The fuel pump is in the fuel tank.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 26, 2018 | 644 views

have the fault codes read
indicates an EVAP venting problem or vacuum leak

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 20, 2018 | 136 views

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1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 18, 2018 | 105 views

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1993 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 20, 2017 | 149 views

These issues are unrelated. The input air temp sensor is indicated by code 24. That sensor is integrated with the airflow sensor. I don't remember which pins, but you can find info online. Che k the connector and wiring first. Tne sensor is expensive. For the overdrive issue, do you have clean fluid? You can try some additive.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 06, 2017 | 169 views

There is a switch in the airflow meter that keeps the fuel pump relay closed as long as there is airflow. With the meter unplugged, the pump should not run except when the key is turned to start. It would seem to me that you have a wiring issue. Try jumping the fuel pump relay so the pump runs whenever the key is on. (Remove the relay and jump the pump wire to the accessory wire--see top left diagram.) This defeats the safety feature but will keep the pump running.


1993 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 30, 2017 | 204 views

It could be something bigger $ like rings or valves but first check your spark plug wires and plugs. There is a chance you have a crack in one of the wires that ends up shorting out or a plug that is fouled - dirty just enough to cause problems. If so, replace them. Given what you said - sitting for a couple days and may have problems, that is a bit concerning if it's consistent meaning each time it sits for a few days you have the problem but when you use it each day, no issue. If it's that way, you should take it to a repair shop and have the compression checked on each cylinder.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 24, 2017 | 82 views

power to radio might have been interrupted and now it has to be reset. Get code from dealer.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 23, 2017 | 220 views

I have a 94 Camry which did this. There were no trouble codes stored in the ECM to give me a clue either, but that is still the first thing if you have not done so already - get a readout of trouble codes if any. In theUS Autozone will do that for you.

What it was in my 94, was the ECM itself had become faulty,. It had to be diagnosed by swapping in a replacement. If you do so, get one from a wrecker, with a short-time guarantee, for the exact same engine and transmission.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 05, 2017 | 121 views

tacho wires go to distributor or coil connection so trace that connection to see where they go

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 16, 2017 | 137 views

Check the connection of the negative to the chassis of the lighting system

1993 Toyota... | Answered on May 30, 2017 | 59 views

Sounds like you should not be driving the vehicle at all until the issue is rectified.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2017 | 43 views

I have a 1993 toyota camry , when it start it , it runs for about 2minutes and shuts off,can u help me with that problem.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 31, 2017 | 1,624 views

without being able to look at the car its next to impossible to diagnose what's going on. taking your car to the dealer will be the best idea considering they have to the tools and equipment to "talk" to the vehicle and see if its storing error codes when these incidents happen. keep in mind this will cost you money since your vehicle is out of warranty.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 02, 2017 | 67 views

the geear box is bad.....

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 15, 2016 | 48 views

Check for air leaks in the vacuum pipes in and around the inlet manifold, they have a habit if going brittle and splitting.
Another possibility is the temp sender , if the ecu thinks the engine is too cold it will compensate causing the engine to " hunt". This can be something as simple as a worn radiator cap seal letting air into the cooling system and tricking the sensor.
Hope this helps, Marshall

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 03, 2016 | 1,690 views

First you need to find out what the fault code is that is making the check engine light come on. To do this, locate the diagnostic connector under the hood. It will be a black rectangular connector approx 50mm X 25mm with Diagnostic written on the cover. Open the cover and on the inside of the cover will be a diagram of the connections and their different labels. Locate pins labelled TE1 and E1. Switch on the ignition switch without starting the engine and with a small jumper wire bridge between pin TE1 and pin E1. Observe the check engine light on the dash and you will notice that it will be flashing. Read the diagnosis code as indicated by the number of flashes that this light makes. Each code will be displayed by first blinking the first digit of the code, then a pause and blink the second digit of the code. For example, Code 52 (knock sensor signal) will flash 5 times, pause and then flash 2 times, then a longer pause before it goes onto the next fault code if there is another one. Once it has gone through all the stored fault codes it will go through the sequence again starting at the first fault code again. Due to the many different fault codes that can be obtained it would be better to post another question for the fault code obtained. Good luck!

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