Question about 1993 Toyota Camry
24 is an air intake temperature circuit fault
31 is a fault in the MAP sensor circuit or air flow meter circuit.
It may be that there is a short or corrosion in the wiring connections to that area of the engine intake tract. Disconnect and reconnect these a few times to see if the fault is cleared.
Note: to clear trouble codes you will have to remove the EFI main fuse for 30 sec. See here p 299
The output of these 2 codes simultaneously points to the ENGINE coolant temp sensor ground circuit being broken somewhere (E2 connection). See above link p356. Using this info you can also test the sensors in the air intake.
Posted on Dec 25, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Stalling Toyota Camry 2004
P-0102 and P-0113 are mass air flow and intake air temp codes, the P-0136 is an Oxygen sensor code. Before you do anything, check for debris in the Mass Air Flow Sensor, it's small black box with electrical wiring connector that is screwed into the intake air tube, between the air box and the intake manifold. Undo the screws, remove the sensor, and, with a flashlight, and look down inside it for debeis, or broken wires inside it. If it's dirty, it could throw a P-0136...Comment back on what you find; hope this helps, and thanks for choosing FixYa!
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
hello, to fix this problem what you need to do is replace your egr valve its a pretty straight forward replacement ,to get a new one goto any auto parts store and tell them what you need thay all carry egr valvs in stock cost is about 30.00$
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Get a T belt from toyota. It has 3 white lines on
it and and arrow mark. 2 lines are solid and one is broken. Put the
arrow facing away from the engine. The cam gears have a dot punched
into them near a certain tooth. This is where the solid white lines
will line up with. The crank gear will have a dot also. It will line up
at 90 degrees from the top, towards the front of the car. This is where
the broken line will match up with. With the belt installed with all
lines on their proper dots and arrow away from the engine, you valve
timming is correct.
Of course you need to remove and compress the tensioner also. I assume you know this already since you didn't ask.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
loosen the mounting bolts on the alternator, remove the old belt, replace with the new belt, slightly tighten the top mounting bolt, pull the alternator up until the belt is tight or if there is an adjustment bolt, crank down until tight (shouldn't bow more than 1"), and tigten other hardware.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
open the trunk and look up along the top of the bumper and you should see two screws / nuts that secure the light assembly.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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