Question about 2004 Toyota Camry
For a few months now I've noticed that the recirculate air function does not seem to block all the outside smells (like diesel exhaust from other vehicles, stinky smells from farm animals when I'm out in the country, paper mill smells, etc.). Is there a "door" that shuts off the outside air that may be malfunctioning? Thanks for your help.
Yes, there is. You can gain access to its motor under the dashboard, but it might be tricky to see or reach up there. Check motor operation and replace if necessary. On some older vehicles the foam insulation strip around that door can break down and fail, allowing gasses to come into the cabin area.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since you didnt notice any change in the performance of your engine, ill presume there's nothing wrong with your fuel injectors.
look for moisture around your gas tank cap, the hose and clamps going down the tank, around the fuel gauge sending unit of your tank. have your fuel line checked from the tank to your fuel injection pump, give particular importance around the connections of your fuel filter, fuel pump, and the return hose from your fuel injection going back to your tank.
Diesel do emit strong hazardous odors that may stick on carpets inside your car.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
first the quest, this is common for nissan, replace the knock sensor, this sensor is located under the intake manifold rear of engine, some models you can sneak sensor out without removing the intake, this will take care of that car. now the camry, im guessing this is a 4 cylinder engine, replace the air fuel sensor (oxygen sensor) thats on the exhaust manifold. this will solve that problem. hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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If this was happening to me.... I'd goto an airconditioning re-gas centre and get them to check for gas leaks. In my old commodore the Evaporator Core was leaking and causing some of the issues you have mentioned.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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