Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
Did you get the computer read for the fault code or codes that set off the engine check light the first time and now this time?just trying to establish why all these things were replaced.generally if a cat melts down it is caused by poor fuel burn,o2 sensors and sparkplug leads,or coils if direct fire type on the top of each sparkplug.If these arent right,the cat will overheat and smell like burning oil.But it should run unevenly or down on power if misfiring.It seems as if you hadn't finished your description....and I have oil.....leak perhaps?this shouldnt trigger light unless it is leaking onto a sensor and it would have to damage it or affect the reading of it to computer.Hope this helps or get back with some more information.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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