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Does the intake manifold runner sensor affect my transmission response time? I have a 2006 Toyota Camry LE

Transmission takes longer to pick up. When it does it flies like a bat out of hell...until I slow down again. Just the gear diagnosed (actually had it replaced) and no error/faults found. After replacing the 02 sensors, it has popped out A P2017 code.

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Sir, In a word... No. You need to test the Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid and the Shift Control Solenoid. Also if non-brand fluid is used e.g. Dextron III, you'll need to drain and replace with Toyota Fluid. The Dextron causes shifting problems in Hondas and Toyotas. unfortunately.

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SOURCE: water leak under the intake manifold,1995 toyota 4 runner

There is a heater core bypass pipe that runs from the block (under the manifold) to the bacl of theengine where you will see a flat rectangular "sheet metal" thing with a pipe coming out of it. The a rubber hose connects. You need to pull the top air plenums and intake to get to it. The p[ipe flange bolts to the block with silicone rtv as a sealant.

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SOURCE: Toyota Camry Knock Sensor Problem

Hello. You have posted an excellent question.

The code 55 you are getting, in Toyota terms, as as follows:

"No number one knock sensor signal to the ECU fo four crank revulutions under these 2 conditions: Coolant temperature 140 degrees F or more; Engine speed between 1600 and 5200 RPM."

This indicates a failed (or a loose) knock sensor on the Right Bank of the engine. Since the knock sensor is basically a piezo-electric crystal, not continuity test can be performed with the intake manifold installed.

You can check the continuity form the Knock Sensor wires to the ECM, but, this may not prove useful to you.

Unfortunately, you are going to have to pull the intake, and check the knock sensor wiring integrity. If the connector is good, and the sensor is tight, I would suggest replacing the sensor. Actually, if you were in my shop, I would suggest replacing them both, as the whole intake will have to come off if the other sensor fails. Better to replace them both at once, than to pull the intake again.

We here at FixYa hope that this helps you out, and saves you some future reoair dollars. Thanks for choosing FixYa for advice.

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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SOURCE: p0500 speed sensor code, odo and speedo not working

If one speed sensor goes out, it will make your speedo stop working. I believe the sensors are about 200 a piece. You'll have to take it to the dealership to find out which one is malfunctioning as there are 5 of them total (I'm pretty sure). They only charged me 30 to put it in as it is really easy and that way it is warrantied by them.
One other problem I had was with the electric brake controller on my truck went haywire and when I disconnected it, my speedo came back to life.
Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: I have P0770 code on my 2003 Toyota Matrix 2WD

First I would try resetting the ECU by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes. This will remove the code. Then see if it comes back. Mind you you will not pass inspection, because the ECU will need to monitor a certain amount of driving "cycles" before inspection will accept the findings. Before that, replace your O2 sensors, and get those out of the way. P0770 is a Shift Solenoid E Malfunction. You will have to look at a manual to find out which Shift Solenoid that "E" refers to and where it is located. TC lockup, refers to the TC lockup solenoid. If so I would try replacing that and going from there. The auto transmission is a pretty complicated beast, and even the most experienced DIY'ers would go past the normal maintenance. HOWEVER, changing solenoids is considered, at least to me, DIY maintenance. Whats is your RPM when cruising at say 60 mph. If its more than 2400 rpms, then i would say it is your lockup solenoid. hope this helps

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SOURCE: i need a diagram of a 1996 toyota camry automatic

To play it safe have the TPS checked out by another repair shop .If they say its ok then its the shift solenoids.

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