Toyota Camry 2001 Problems

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Toyota Camry Azura 2001: Why doesn't my car start on hot days?

Answered by CarsGuide 8 Nov 2019

That’s very odd, I’m not surprised the Toyota people couldn’t find the answer. Take it to another mechanic and have them run a diagnostic check. If nothing shows up it’s probably going to be a case of replacing parts until you find the one that fixes it. In that case I would start with the ECM.

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Reliable used 4-cylinder cars?

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Apr 2017

With a limited budget like yours I would suggest to go for a car with a good reliability record. While the Mercedes-Benz is a good car you are likely to be facing an expensive repair if anything should go wrong. Consider a Mitsubishi 380 or a Toyota Camry of around 2000-2003.

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Toyota Camry 2001: Can it be converted to LPG?

Answered by CarsGuide 13 Jul 2011

Your car as the 2.2-litre four-cylinder engine, which can be converted to run on LPG with confidence, and there are kits available for it. It can also use 98-octane unleaded petrol, and Toyota says it can also use E10.

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Toyota Camry 2001: What octane fuel should I use?

Answered by CarsGuide 30 May 2011

You can use both fuels with safety in both cars. You should get better economy by using the better fuel, but I would suggest that you try 95 before trying 98 because it costs less up front.

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Toyota Camry 2001: Losing power and blowing smoke

Answered by CarsGuide 3 May 2011

The oil leaks are fairly common on all engines, so they’re really not an issue and Toyota has fixed them anyway. To get to the bottom of the smoke and power loss issues you need to have a mechanic check the engine over to determine its inner health. It’s done 160,000 km, so you would expect some wear and that’s possibly the cause of your problems.

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Toyota Camry 2001: Can I use E10?

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Oct 2010

According to the FCAI website, which uses information supplied by the carmakers, you can use E10 in your car.

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