Yeh well I was wondering what happened as it hard the worst case of blow by was coming out of everywhere oip pouring out the throttle body that's what my son said he was being silly and was reving it hard driving like a manual just hope the bore is OK
Definitely buy genuine DENSO brand sensors. Suggest that you contact this eBay seller and provide your VIN number.
This is a 2002 Corolla Seeker. There is a clicking sound just developed close to the steering wheel when driving around a corner. I want to get the plastic cover off the top of the column near the Steering wheel, to try and determine what’s causing it. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Cheers Jan
I have an Australian model 2003 Camry, with the v6 1mzfe engine. I am having trouble with my o2 sensors, and I could use some help.
First of all, my exhaust looks different from the Camrys I've seen online. It doesn't have catalytic converters right next to the engine, only one down further in the tailpipe. Also, it only has 2 o2 sensors, one for each bank of cylinders, and no sensor after the cat.
Both sensors are currently producing readouts of between 0.1 and 0.9 volts, like narrowband sensors, but people are saying they should be air fuel sensors which are 0v - 5v. The part number on the front sensor is 89465-40060 (rear one is hard to see).
The sensors are faulty (codes are po135 and po155) - both heaters aren't working, and I have checked the front one's heater wires, which are open circuit when tested with a multimeter - suggesting it is the sensor, not the wiring.
The car is using lots of fuel - 14l/100 in fairly relaxed driving.
I need to know, what sensors should I be buying?
- exhaust system is unusual
- exhaust sensors acting like narrowband but internet says they should be wideband A/F sensors
- car using lots of fuel
- please help
Yeh it's been a long time between drinks for me as well last one I ever did was a 327 chev I had in an old 71 Hg Holden but the prices people are charging these days and my son had already bought the rebuild kit all I have to get is timing chain kit and water pump everything else is there plus there is so many gaskets and seals in the kit im going to try and replace everything it's a shame about the 3rd cat getting blocked I only found that out on YouTube was a bloke on there with the same trd supercharged aurion and he went through 4 motors in 12mths until toyota themselves found what was causing the damage I think they should be replacing the engine should maybe of been a recall
I am totally guessing that his "chicken dance" may have involved a reboot of the immobilizer system to re-establish communication between the keys and the vehicle system.
In the workshop manual, there is a section for this system. The receiver unit [for the door locks] is located somewhere around the rear of the vehicle on the driver passenger/boot area.
I will be interested to hear how things go with the engine removal. Something that is beyond my DIY capabilities and willingness in my elderly years.
My main concern would be disconnecting all of the wiring and not missing anything.
Sure that there will be lots of learnings with tips and tricks along the way.
OK thank you very much yea I've seen him on YouTube he is very good ive seen them take a 2grfe out of an Avalon from up the top and left the transmission in the car so I'm just about ready to pull it out and see