Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
Double check for leaks and cracks in your exhaust system. Those need to be addressed first. If nothing found,1 of 3 thrings is quite likely; 1. bad front o2 sensor 2. bad rear o2 sensor or 3. failing catalytic converter. One way to check the cat is to run at normal operating temp around the block a few times, return to your work area, hose the cat down with a water hose and wait for the light to turn on. If it does, have a new cat welded in place. It is a good idea to replace the o2 sensors at the cat( fore and aft) to avoid more repairs. Not necessary though.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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