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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 1995 Toyota Camry with 203k miles. The Engine light came on a couple of days ago. I took it to the dealer and they say that I need the following done. 1) EGR valve clean out 2) Intake Boot Th
wow typical toyota 203.000 i know you are impressed, you should be able to press it down are it sould return back up. you can spray a little liquid wrnch if it needs help but it needs to move freely
me with 20.k i would replace the O2 sensor for about 40.00 bucks
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
You don't need to.You need to put new contacts in the starter solenoid switch,just take the three 8mm bolts out of the solenoid cover and pull out the plunger and you will see what i'm talking about,the car has no relaly for the starter.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Testimonial: "Hey to wrirguy212 Thanks for your time! I am needing more details. starter/solenoid bench test good. parts store lists a starter relay mounted on fw"
It is simple. It looks like a little flying saucer or pancake and it is in the rear of the engine on top near windshield.There are two hoses that plug into it from the exhaust, and one coming out, and one on bottom (total of 4). You can just unplug the hoses and replace them easily.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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