Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
This is ironic. I am on hear searching because the same thing happen to me today. replaced the battery and was having the smae idle issues. After a few hours of investigating and looking for air leaks we ended up with the intake into the throttle body housing loose and found alot of build up in the throttle body housing. Cleaned it out with carb spray and problem seems to have gone away for now. Not sure if this helps but this is where I am so far. Also check engine light was on and the tech erased it after cleaning and it has not come back on. Code was for mass air flow sensor and I originally tried a new one and it didn't change anything until I cleaned the carbon build up in the throttle body housing.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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