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Hi, I know from my past experiances the spark plug wires at the boot ends than slide onto the sparkplugs usually over time short out due to the metal tubes that protect the sparkplugs from heat kind of ark across from the metal tube through the plug boot causing an error code. Sometimes in the dark you can actually see them arking at the tube on the engine, and also hear a crackling noise. As to the code for the O2 sensor that's a normal wear and tear item that may need replaced. As all vehicle age over time electrical connections, and things have issues develop and cause havick with sensors and computers in these vehicles too.
As with the 441 code and then the other code for the O2 sensor showing up may mean both O2 sensors are going bad if your system has 2 sensors in the exhaust, usually one before the cat converter and one behind it. A lot of this also is due to what gasoline you use in the vehicle over time. Lower octane gas may be what is causing things to act up.
my engine light also came on one day and I got the same, its common in older cars for this light to stay on all the time, you can truble shoot this by spending money on each of the engine sinsors, but i have had this light on for over 5 years and nothing is wrong with my car
I don't show a code 113 for a Buick, but the code means the signal from the air temp sensor is high, which means the air temp is below zero or the sensor is faulty, or a problem with the wiring to the sensor. Code 1676 is a problem with the canister purge solenoid which is how the computer vents the fuel tank. Could also be a problem with the vent for the tank.
You need to read the computer fault code to determine why. Take the car to any auto parts store (O'Reilly, Autozone, Napa, etc.). They will read it for you for free. They will give you a code that starts with PO something. Ex: PO435, PO317, etc. The code can then be translated to what is wrong with your Camry. It only take a copule minutes to read the code. They should also have the chart that tells you what the PO code means (what's wrong).
P0700 means Transmission Control System Malfunction (a very general transmissionfailure code) I wouldnt be able to determine any thing from this code. maybe just a loose plug connector. Is the engine light staying on??? Cheers Ben
Transmission related. if shifting o.k. try erasing & see if they come back, if they do, get transmission checked . Better to check sooner than later on a transmission related problem, otherwise could cost big $. Don't be afraid of second opinion if not happy with first diagnosis.