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diagram to the 1987 toyota camry fuse box

diagram to the 1987 toyota camry fuse box

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1987 camry starter ignition wire going into fuse box has 12v nothing going out of the fuse box going to starter

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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Rear Main Seal leak on 1996 toyota camry, 6 cyl sedan automomatic

estimated cost by dealer $1200. Is this fair price?

Also, Rack & Pinion power steering fluid problem, plus realignment. cost $ 861.00. Is this fair cost? thanks

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No and No,
Just find a local shop and you can get it done for around $350 for the seal and $200 for the rack and pinion.

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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low beams don t work but high beams work

Both rt and lft headlight fuses are good. Relay as good,switched with fan relay. Relay still clicks and running lights come on when switch to low beams still no low beams.

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Low beams are on a different fuse and diff relay than the other lights.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 03, 2015

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trying to remove the fuel pump on 87 camry

Do you have to drop the fuel tank ? Where is it located ?

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The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. The fuel tank is in the rear of the car. Yes you have to drop the tank but this is simple and straight forward. First disconnect the neg bat cable. 2 locate the drain plug on the bottom of the tank, be sure that you have enough empty gas cans to hold the fuel.Get a freind and 2 drain pans that will slide under the tank.3 unscrew the plug and drain useing the pans alternately, heres where your pal comes in.Slide the full pan to your pal to empty while you fill the next.When done you can start with the nuts and bolts of the thing. You dont have to remove the tail pipe but it makes it easier and
unless your car has spent its life in a rust belt and all the fasteners are corroded faster. The hardest part is probibly going to be the fuel filler tube and acciated lines.before going any further remove the rear seat bottom cushin.Under it you will find a screwed down panel.Take the panel off and diconnect the elect connectors.
you will find two straps holdin the tank in place. Find the bolts and remove them. the tank should now come out. In the top center is the pump. Use a brass drift punch remove the retaining ring and lift out the pump. Reassymble in reverse order. 2 things to concider, if you raise the car make sure to use jack stands. I also found that dialectric grease eases the installation of rubber hoses .

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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Car will start good, but only moves in reverse. Stalls in forward

Car will start good, but only moves in reverse. No loss of power. No power in all forward gears. Stalls out in Drive, ect.

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First if the fuel level in your tank is low get it filled up. Bad gas or gas that has been sitting around will cause symptomssuch as the one as you car has. Even filling stations sell gas like crazy these days when the prices fall and the the stawage tank that holds their gas becomes very low. That point many contaminates will be pumped into somebodys car such as yours too.
By the time you run the car down at least 5 or 6 gallons after a fill up it should run better. If not possible to drive it in for a fill up fill it at home with gas cans. Borrow some if possible to save on trips back and forth

I do hope this will cure your problem or you have some sort of engine internal problem, or fuel feed line problem such as a bent line, or a bad transmission

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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cam sprocket timing for 86 Toyota 2SE engine

My 86 Camry (256k/mi) had low power since we got it (180k/mi). The timing was retarded ~10deg but setting it correctly made engine ping badly. Took to 2 mechanics - one said timing was off and set it to specs (he never test drove it...), drove it around block and had him put it back. Took it to another mechanic, he said it needed fuel injector system flushed and cleaned (let him do it, of course didn't help). He then said it could be either distributor, engine management computer, or cam timing might be incorrect as sprocket has more than one way to install and last guy to change timing belt might have done it incorrectly - each option would cost about $300 to pursue. I decided to drive it as-is until recently the timing belt broke (yes, I procrastinated).

I used to do all my own automechanic work so decided to replace belt myself. I want to verify proper position of cam sprocket but having hard time finding clear information. Manuals say to line up sprocket w/ drive (index) pin - my sprocket has a hole or a slot that will fit drive pin (it was on the hole when disassembled). The manuals also say to line up hole in sprocket w/ marks on cam seal housing, my cam sprocket has two sets of holes about ~180deg apart (one hole has pink paint mark by it). I found on internet a copy of factory manual http://www.yotarepair.com/2-SEtimingbelt.html showing proper installation but says nothing about a hole and slot in sprocket or 2 sets of timing holes. It did say if crankshaft pulley angle was not within specifications when cam is on TDC mark to adjust the valve timing "(see step 7 on pages EM-20 and 21)". Of course those pages were not available.

I would greatly appreciate an experienced answer - I have already looked in all of the normally available manuals at the library and they all have the same basic (vague) information and no detailed pictures showing which hole or even mentioning there being more than one. My next recourse I guess would be to throw myself on the mercy of the local Toyota dealer to see if they will divulge the deep dark seceret.

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cam sprocket gear for nissan v6, I need left and right both, so this parts is for obtain more power of torque, were I found this parts?
I looking for that could move some degres when I decide.
thanks for u time, raymond m.
market_bros@prodigy.net.mx

Posted on Feb 21, 2010

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No High Beam but have Low Beam

I have no High nut have Low only. Changed Bulbs and Fuses on my 1999 Camry but still does not work on High Beam. When switch is flipped on have no lights at all.

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that is a fuse under dash near the radio, hard to find and you will probably have to go to a dealer, we had same problem, changed hi-low switch and that didn't work

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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where is the power steering reservoir located under the hood?

where is the power steering reservoir located under the hood?

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On the passenger side. It will have a black cap that says power steering fluid use ATF only written on it.

I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jeremy_d728a59f986299fa

Posted on Feb 19, 2012

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PCV Valve location for a 1987 Toyota Camry

PCV Valve location for a 1987 Toyota Camry

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Hi.

I found the location for you. Complete with Pictures, Diagrams, and Instruction. Goto here - - >

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Put in your vehicle info...the diagrams are yours...

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Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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digital clock and cigarette lighter

I plugged in one of those small ac power converters to power a small radio which caused the digital clock and cigarette lighter to stop working , checked all the fuses their fine. Pulled off the faceplate around the radio which still works and is on the same fuse as the lighter and clock, disconnected the plug harness attached to the lighter. My question is how to go about correcting this cannot find parts online. Have not tried dealers yet, may try a junkyard but thats a long shot and you never know if the things work or not. Also any help on how to get the clock out would be appreciated.

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There are three (3) fuses involved here. The one that is most likely the culprit is the 15A one in the fuse box under the hood, near the battery. Check the underhood fuse box, replace any blown fuses.

The other two fuses (also 15A) are in the interior fuse box, probably left side kick panel.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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