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2008 Toyota Camry and now I have to replace the Air flow Meter

I have a 2008 Toyota Camry and now I have to replace the Air Flow Meter and have the Fuel Injector cleaned. Should my 2008 need these type of repairs this early? I bought this car new last year March. These repairs are going to be quite costly to me.

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SOURCE: 1988 iroc-z 350 tpi - runs poorly when hot (190-200degrees)

Does it run poor at full throttle or between quarter and half throttle? Does it hessitate? If it does the EGR valve may be worn out. I had an 87 transam with TPI and was having problems with it stumbling and hesitating when it was warmed up. If the car starts hard and you have these problems then the issue may be low fuel pressure. Hook a guage up to the fuel rail and make sure you are getting pressure. If you are only getting a few pounds of pressure it may be the fuel pump or fuel pressure regulator. Good luck and if you thought this information was helpful please rate it when you get a chance.

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If it has one it will be in-line of the tube (air intake) that goes to intake manifold. Or it might not have a mass airflow sensor and have a map sensor instead.

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hi there, i had the same problem with my 98 astro van, and took it to the shop, the computer pumped out a mass airflow sensor, they replaced it at considerable cost lol, but the van now runs good

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What causes codes #24 & #31 air flow meter signal on 1993 Toyota Camry to show up


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

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/eg1.pdf

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.

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I have a 2008 toyota camry le.My car will start but won't rev.I've replaced the throttle body, accelerator pedal but still have nothing.Please help.


before you replace anything else, scan the engine for trouble codes if you have no codes present (not likely) check for fuel pressure and exhaust flow

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Replaced the fuel pump in 06 camry and it still won't start


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24 Intake air temp sensor and 32 mass air flow meter circuit or vacuum switch failure . Air temp sensor is internal in the vane style mass air flow meter it is not replaceable you will need a new meter.

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1994 Toyota Camry XLE replaced fuel pump & filter car starts & idles but boggs out and cuts off when pressing gas pedal?


have you pulled codes or checked the fuel pressure? It could be a host of things, like a clogged air filter restricting the flow of air into the engine, a bad air meter, clogged injectors, etc. Engine codes will help you start narrowing things down.

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You are not stupd! :-) This car has a speed-density system. The computer is programmed to meter fuel and spark timing from manifold absolute pressure (MAP), engine temperature, air temperature, and throttle position only.

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Is a airflow meter for v6 1993 camry needed? I am trying to put an cold air intake, but im not sure if i can remove the airflow meter or not. also any help on intalling a cold air intake on the car would...


You MUST have the air flow meter installed on your vehicle. The car will not run if you remove it. The Air Flow Meter measures the amount of air coming into the engine, and also the air temperature. This information is sent to the fuel injection computer, to determine the proper fuel to be injected. In reality, cars with "air-flow meters" do not really "benefit" from a cold air intake, due to the inherent restriction that the air flow meter causes, as it measures the air.
In short, I would not install the intake, you won't see much benefit. The graciousness of a FixYa rating for my assistance would be greatly appreciated..

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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!

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