Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Those tubes actually screw out. You could try unscrewing the tube and resealing it with your favorite sealer and it just may stop the oil leak.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
It sounds like the head has developed a crack between 2&3 or 3&4, and will rqeuire replacing. Either go to toyota for a new one or go to a reputable brakers yard to get a reclaiamed one. Before you do any of this, get a pressure check done on all piston chambers, to check it is the block or a worn piston, which is easier to repair. I know it sounds daft, but you may be better getting another engine from a breakers yard, it will probably be cheaper than messing about, with bits and peices! bes of luck. Let me know. Dave!
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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