Question about 2006 Toyota Camry
There is nothing wrong with your vehicle.
P500 code - according to dealer, that's the speed sensor malfunction.
The problem is when front wheels spinning, the rear wheels don't move. This caused the computer to think the sensor malfunctioned. Apparently, only dealers and a handful of folks knows how to do the smog check correctly. According to the dealer, there's only a fine line before triggering the sensor
What dealer suggested?
Bring it to dealer and have them do the smog check. THe cost, 97.25. A ripoff.
Or, before smog check begins, ask the guy if they REALLY REALLY know how to do smog check it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine light keeps coming on
The P-0440, P-0441 and P-0446 indicates that you have a leak in the "fume" side of the system. Normally, seeing a 440-441-446 is a loose or defective fuel cap. One would NOT change the evap VSV for a 440-441-446 set of codes. At this point, I agree with you regarding the trust issue. Regarding the caisiter, I cannot speculate yes or no, without further info/codes/etc from your dealer, but, I have replaced several over the past few years; this "could" be true....
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
They are not the sensors you want. The car uses the abs wheel sensors for vehicle speed. Your problem lies in the abs system , possibly the left front sensor, abs ecu or speedo cluster, Clear the code and see if it stay out otherwise you'll need to go to a trusted technician. .
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
This code is for your electronic throttle control system it probably needs to be cleaned the butter fly sticks due to build up in side the throttle body clean with tooth brush and emission save throttle body cleaner clear codes and then dissconnect the battery for 3 hours hook back up then go for a short drive stop and go to reset idle control that should take care of this.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
First off, it's NOT the crank position sensor...Unless you've pulled the motor recently!
Get down to Advance Auto Parts and buy a car of "SeaFoam" ($9) and add it to your tank per instructions...drive AT LEAST 100 miles...problem should go away.
If not, your O2 sensor in the exhaust (x3) is faulty...look to spend $200-400 depending on your mechanic...DO NOT GO TO THE DEALER!
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
The vvt-i system control timing with the help of the oil pressure if you are pass due, or skip oil changes, or oil is low due to a leak, or improper fill during an oil change, or simple the vvt-i oil actuator, or the vvt-i oil gear are faulty this code may be set.
What you can do. Make sure the oil is ok, the oil filter is new, now disconnect the battery for 10 seconds. code is clear if code comeback is time to let the dealer take care of the problem they have bidirectional scanners to activate this devices and tell you the best course of action.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the clear and speedy reply ! My problem does seem to link with a check oil light, and I did just get the engine flushed. Thanks again !"
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