Question about 2010 Toyota Camry
Hi there, if you have used jumper leads without a surge protector you may have fried your computer, if so it would have put the engine into limp mode, can I suggest take it to your local toyota dealer and have them check it for you. A code reader won't tell you if you have fried something if the MIL is not on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes, i just bought a 2010 camry in Decmber 09, it hasn't been a month yet, and I hear that light "thump" sound coming from the hood, when the car is put into drive after turning it on. As i drive off, and the spee reaches 15 mph, i hear that thump sound. The dealership said that that is due to the ABS system being initialized. How many other people hear that. For some people it might not be a thump type of sound it might be a loud "click" type of sound. Please let us know. Thanks.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
first you need to find out why the check engine light is on. Try a parts store and see if they will get the code from the computer that will tell you what sensor is bad. If you have not replaced an oxygen sensor by now that is probably what is wrong. If these are bad for too long you will damage the catalytic convertor and it will rattle when the engine is running. backfiring and no acceleration can come from the 02 sensor since this sets fuel delivery.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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