20 Most Recent 2000 Toyota Camry - Page 2 Questions & Answers

hello, the back up lights are usually on the same fuse as the tail lights so if they are working it's not a fuse, if the tail lights are not working replace the tail fuse. Otherwise the problem is most the backup light switch, on the manual transmission it's a separate switch located on the transmission on an automatic it is incorporated into the neutral start switch also located on the transmission but on the shaft where the shift selector attaches.

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 24, 2017

the pistons can be installed from the bottom of the cylinder where there should be a chamfer ( use a ring compressor here makes the job easier--on the bench)
once you have the piston in the cylinder then install the assembly into the block taking care to ensure that the piston is at the top of the cylinder so that the big end doesn't damage the crank journal as you slide the cylinder down into the block I take it that the engine is a diesel ( wet sleeves) so check the liner to block face height before fitting because if the cylinder lip is too low , it will blow head gaskets
make sure that the piston is orientated correctly , the same as the others

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 22, 2017

Sounds like you have a short in the electrical system.
Could be a bad ignition switch. You need someone to check for continuity. etc.

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 16, 2017

forgoet auto whatever there only as good as the mechanic standing in front of you ,??? know what i mean ??? remove rear light clusters if reverse on both sides or one if only on one side then check the bulb holder as iam pretty sure its a bad earth or ground problem ,but then as stated the answer is only as good as the person in front of you and from this distance i cannot see a thing ,iam in spain .alicante to be precise

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 08, 2017

more than likely it is OIL from the valve covers possibly the drain holes are getting plugged .

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 25, 2017

It could be one of the three large fuses under the dash, or it could be in the power distribution center under the hood. But it does sound as if a main fuse that feeds the smaller circuits has blown.

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 06, 2017

The Timing Belt? Yeah get a repair manual that is model specific and re do it it has to be perfect. absoutly perfect or it won't run right ever. In fact, you could damage the motor if the timing belt is off you will slam the internal engine parts into each other.

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 07, 2017

Yup, any time you give it throttle after it goes into overdrive it will shutter like that, and have a miss at idle. This is called a dead cylinder and happens to a LOT of vehicles nowadays. Meaning it's a common situation. Have each injector checked with an ohm-meter. The one that reads low is faulty. If none read low and all are the same, you have a bad exhaust valve and it's needing attention. Have a compression test done with all the spark plugs out to find which has very low compression. That would be the "dead Cylinder".

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 10, 2017

Your starter could be jamed causing the fly wheel to lock up try pushing the car in reverse let out the clutch with gear in 2nd forward position this will turn the engine in the opposite direction and free the starter if it is an automatic the starter needs to be removed this is caused by a rusted Bendix spring have the starter servised

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 02, 2017

the type of sensors you need in that state will be available from the service dealer spares or auto spares shops
as for the number there is one HO2S ( heated oxygen sensor ) in the exhaust manifold /pipe before the cat converter for each bank) and one o2 ( oxygen sensor) sensor after the cat converter for each bank
each type of sensor does a specific job and are not interchangable
it is best if you buy the correct socket tool to remove the sensors as the wires are delicate and are easily damaged while installing the new units

2000 Toyota... | Answered on May 21, 2017

Your radiator cooling fan will only come on when the engine temp has reached the point where it needs to have air forced through the radiator and thus bring engine heat back down to safe operating range. If your heater is not working check to make sure the fresh air vents aren't stuck open (are the controls stiff or not going all the way across?) check also that the heater shutoff valve lever which is usually situated on the firewall at the rear of the engine and can be found easily by tracing the hoses back from the thermostat housing aren't bent and/or seized up.

2000 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 08, 2017

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