Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
See here p147 for a diagram
The PCV valve and hose are on the suction (vacuum) side of the throttle, and this is meant to **** oily crankcase vapours into the inlet manifold for burning.
This should be replaced by fresh air from the upstream or atmosphere side of the throttle, the top hose in the diagram.
When the PCV valve and its hose gets blocked, and the engine is a bit worn, Combustion blow by pressure and oil vapour in the crankcase builds up and is not sucked through the PCV valve. Instead it is forced into the intake tract.
So check the PCV valve, hose, and bleed return hose to make sure they are clear OK. If the problem persists, your engine has probably developed worn piston rings, and blow by is now too high to control properly.
Posted on Mar 31, 2012
SOURCE: 95 camry, ignition/missing
I just had the same problem, 2.2liter engine the ignition coil is most liely the problem , mine is inside the dist. some are on the drivers side strut tower, if there are five plug wires, its on the strut tower, if only four, its in the dist. If yours is in the distributor, it can only go in and out one way, so dont worry about removing the dist and messing up the timing. the coil is about 43.00 with the ohio tax. coils are thermally protected, and start to mis fire when they get hot. you can ask me a lot about this car, mine has over 500000 miles let me know, if this helps, [email protected] see ya, good luck, ron
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
the 1st thing is to see if the heater core has flow, check this by touching the in and out hose of the core at the engine firewall, if both are hot then the heater core is ok, at that point u will have to check the blend door to see if it moves, this door diverts the air over the hot heater core or the cold AC evaporator core, it is often controlled by a small special electric motor, it is called the blend door actuator motor, if it fails it will useually fail in the cold air position, to change this motor u must remove the dash.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Check your transmission fluid level asap. if the level is good, you will need to inspect the shift solenoids located inside the transmission pan. replace any solenoids that are proven to be faulty. i would also advise to test the pcm/tcm for its operational value as well. this device controls the shifting patterns of the auto trans.
while checking the solenoids, if you notice any metal fragments on the bottom of the pan, this will be a sign of major gear friction. you should re build in this case.
Posted on May 24, 2009
remove your entire dashboard and diconnect all wires find bulb and replace. They don't make it easy. Don't feel bad it's just as hard on all cars. Good luck!!!
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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