Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
Posted by Anonymous on
Great news, your 1998 Toyota Camry Key Fob is self programmable. Below are the programming instructions. Be patient, it might take you a few times to get this right. It is all about timing.
Most remotes can be self-programmed. If this procedure does not work, you must have your remote programmed by a professional automotive locksmith or dealership.
Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.
1. Insert key into ignition and turn ignition switch to ON position.
2. Locate the ECU (Engine Control Unit) and press and hold the ECU PROGRAMMING button for 3 seconds. The ECU will be located under one of the front two seats, the trunk, or under the dashboard on the drivers side. You will need a small pointy object like a pen to depress the ECU button. After pressing the ECU button for three seconds, you will see the STATUS MONITOR LED turn on for 5 seconds. Vehicle is now in programming mode.
3. Press and release the top button on the remote. The STATUS MONITOR LED will turn off. A chirp will be heard as well as one flash of the exterior lights.
4. Turn off the ignition. Programming is now complete, test remotes for proper programming.
Posted on Sep 11, 2018
Google it and print 10 steps
Posted on Aug 04, 2014
There are lots of confusing instruction on the net - a dealer is the best bet - ask the price BEFORE you let them do it. Some will do it for free and some dealers want $100 (especially if it is not a Toyota brand remote). Also, most Camry did not have remotes from the factory 1997 - 2001) - only the XLE models. If no factory remote, then no radio for the remote inside the car and it won't help.
Posted on Jul 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look closely at the cover. You will see a small slot. Insert a small flat blade screwdriver, and pry it off. Very easy..
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
Go to your nearest Toyota dealer. Purchase this part number: 77360-22020; approx 4 dollars.
Open the fuel door. Being careful, remove the leftover plastic that is hooked by the door hinge. Insert the new spring assembly under the slot, and press it in until it clicks into place. Very easy to do.
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Posted on Nov 21, 2008
SOURCE: 1998 toyota camry V6
P0420 indicates you have a catalyst efficiency issue; replacement of the Air-Fuel Sensor should take care of that;
The P0441, P0446 and (I assume P0440); you said 446 twice, indicates a faulty or loose fuel cap; it is not sealing properly.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
I have a power steering leak on my 1998 Toyota Camry. I have been using over the counter stop leaking fluids, but it has not helped. It leaks more during the cold weather as oppose to hot weather. Deme
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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