1987 Toyota Camry - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


check transmission fluid. if fluid is full it could possibly need a new transmission

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 18, 2017 | 230 views


what is the year of the camry and which engine does it have?

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 22, 2017 | 70 views


googer dash board light

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 04, 2017 | 24 views


What year is your car? Use that year! Go to auto parts store and they will hook you up.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on May 04, 2016 | 23 views


Just unbolt it from underneath and under the hood.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 20, 2015 | 70 views


yes you are right it is the blub that need to be relace

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 16, 2015 | 356 views


low beam bulb quit

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 03, 2015 | 1,179 views


You have a loaded question there because you have not been specific as to what your problem is. However, I will cover a number of symptoms. First off, I have had very few Toyota's show up in my shop with electrical problems in reference to wiring. As far as your brake lights are concerned: if they don't work at all check the fuse. Try the hazard flashers because they energize the brighter element of the bulbs which are the same ones which are energized when you step on the brakes. If they flash that tells you that you have good bulbs,and good grounds back there.
If the fuse is good (and you might try swapping one out with another one that is of the same rating because sometimes a fuse can look good and still be bad (they can have a hair line crack across the fuse. If everything has checked out as good so far, the next step would be to check the brake light switch. If your brake lights stay on all the time, either the switch has backed off from where it was screwed into the housing it was secured to and the brake pedal will no longer press the switch in to open the circuit and turn the lights off. On some cars, the brake pedal has a place where a nylon button is inserted into a hole located in the brake pedal which will push the brake light button in when the pedal is released. If this part is missing, you will just see a hole in the bracket on the pedal where it would push the button in. If everything is intact, unplug the brake light switch and see if the brake light s go out. If they do, you have a bad switch. If your problem is that the lights won't come on when the pedal is depressed, jump the plug which connected to the switch with a wire or paper clip and see if the lights come on. If they do this is a confirmation that the switch is bad.I can go on with more in put, but this should cover a lot of ground on the most common issues found with brake lights which either stay on all the time or don't come on at all. One other note. If the lights do no flash when you turn the flashers on, do not discount the possibility that you may have bad brake light bulbs. I have seen this occur as well.
Good luck

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015 | 56 views


not sure but should b on left side maybe behind cup holder under kick panel

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 20, 2015 | 17 views


double posted, not stating job.
we cant guess what you are attempting , you must say.
for all i know are you just replaced all tie rods, or a new steering bear box or rack,
why must helpers guess what you did , or are doing. why?

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 08, 2015 | 41 views


is this an alignment questions? how to or the data for doing it?
the FSM covers that, (factory service manual ) buy one?
or alldata.com has it. click front suspension alignment.

the word lead has no meaning
try caster, camber, toe-in, axle inclination,

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 08, 2015 | 55 views


All good ideas but I would have yo saycheck your fuel line. Any section that has a rubber hose in it should be checked. Chances are they rubber line has softened threw out the years and when your motor is demanding motor fuel the line is collapsing and restricting the flow of fuel. Hen your car is cold it don't happen because the lines are cold but soften up later due to the heat from the motor

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014 | 51 views


Any roll away floor jack from a autoparts store will be fine and strong enough

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 23, 2014 | 289 views


check at an auto parts store for a Haynes manual

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 14, 2014 | 107 views


they are all different for different components , have to be more specific

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 21, 2014 | 24 views


I suggest that you take it to a professional , if after running the car it runs fine, it could be very well the transmission. You can also check when you start the car, if it takes too long to start, then you better have the timing belt check. But it's hard to pinpoint the problem without looking at it.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 10, 2014 | 60 views


Hi and low beams run on different fuses too. Check the low beam fuse. There might be a grounding strap not making good connection too.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 28, 2014 | 315 views


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1987 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 22, 2014 | 19 views

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