Question about Toyota Camry
Code 410 was read on code reader
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: reading coder on toyota echo
I am sorry but no, there are different codes some are P codes, some are B codes, and there are other ones, OBD 1 (84-96) systems could flash the check eng lite and give you codes, but they were just two numbers like 12. A typical OBD 2 code is like this P1546, this is a emission code. Kragen auto or any of the chain auto parts stores will read the codes for free.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
You can go to any auto parts store and they will usually read them for you for free. Around the late 90s many of the auto computer systems began requiring scan tools rather than the older method of simply flashing lights on the dash if you jumpered the correct pins.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: does a 91 toyota camry
Hi, OBD2 didn't start until 1996, but you can extract your codes manually. You have to run a jumper in the data link connector under the hood. See procedure below. If you can tell me which engine you have, I may be able to provide the table of codes.
1982-95 MODELS All models except the 1MZ-FE engine is equipped with OBD I till 1995.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
Sounds like there is an issue with the heater on the bank 1 sensor 1 O2 sensor. Bank one is the same side of the engine as the number one cylinder and sensor one is always before the catalytic converter. Check for battery voltage on the black with yellow wire with the key on. There should be twelve volts. Check the heater circuit of the O2 sensor with an ohm meter. Unplug the O2 sensor connector and measure resistance on the sensor side of the connector that the blue with black and black with yellow wire go to. Off the top of my head it should be around 14 ohms. You can confirm this by checking the heater circuit on the bank 2 O2 sensor. If there is voltage and the heater circuit doesn't ohm out than replace the O2 sensor. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!
Posted on Jan 25, 2012
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