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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 Camry Check Engine Light
Therre is no DTC code "5". The DTCs start at 12. If the knock sensor (there are actually 2) was bad, you would have an acceleration issue. The knock sensor changes the timing of the spark to eliminate detonation, or "pinging". Do you have a "Ping" condition/valve rattle on acceleration?
To reset the light, open the hood, remove the 15 amp EFI fuse for 5 minutes. Replace it, and start the car and drive it until it reaches operating temperature. If the light comes back on instantly, you have a bad sensor or a bad wire.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: engine stalls when driving
pulse count modulator, there is a half circle of steel in the distributor, when the steel half circle passes a hall effect sensor ( pcm ) it tells the engine to fire on cylender number one. and the other half of the steel circle exits the hall effect sensor it tells it how fast it was turning. so all the other spark plugs fire at the correct time. The other part is that the pcm cystem is part of a coil that is wound around plates of steel if the plates of steel get wet (over time they tend to rust ) the rust swells the steel and the coil gets broken by the expanding rusty steel. so replace the coil portion of the distributor. just follow the singel wire to the block of steel ( coil is encased in rubber or molded plastic. ) but the coil is breaking or getting stretched and bearly touching and when it gets hot the metal expands too. and it fails. just follow the singel wire inside thedistributor to its coil : replace that and your good to go.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I believe the flashes come in 2 groups. Some number, a pause, then more flashes. If you're getting 5, pause, 5; that means there are no errors. I could be wrong, because I thought cars newer than '96 had OBDII systems that need a reader to determine problems. You can get them read free at some auto parts stores (AutoZone for one). I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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