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Checking/changing sensors on 2004 toyota camry is a big job? What connection does it have with the computer?

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Google OBDII or OBD2 is your first step.

OBDII scanner start at $50+

All 1996+ vehicle has OBD connector within 18" from the center of the dashboard.

It's a worthwhile investment on a better scanner that can do OBDII and CAN bus. The price is over $80+

If you are into automotive in the long ran then you should get OBDII and CAN bus scanner.

Some high end scanner can download collected error code and link it to a PC via USB or serial port.

This will allow you to look up the database for potential fix.

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