Question about Toyota Camry
It could be a bunch of things, any oxygen sensor, cam position sensor, crank position sensor, air inlet temp, any of these things will trip off the engine light. You have to get your car to the parts store and get the scanner on it and see what codes come up, you can replace parts forever and not hit it. Save your old parts, they are probably still good. Coil packs are expensive. Check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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