1989 Toyota Camry - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Its time to stop being afraid of the unknown. there is no doubt that you will need to remove the inner door panel to access the electrical modules behind the buttons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2_f7NkjH8E hope this helps.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 13, 2017 | 320 views


Gas pedal is stuck on what can I do to unstick it?

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 25, 2017 | 2,511 views


due to electric short circuit some of the wire has damaged to locate the fault and to repair you need the wiring diagram along with repair manual to fix the problem to get the manual go to the given link and get the manual http://toolsnyou.com/

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 24, 2017 | 146 views


Drain out the oil and refill with the proper amount .

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 05, 2017 | 68 views


Check the battery voltage between the engine block and positive, with the engine running it should be over 13volts. Now check between the battery positive and battery negative, should read the same, with the engine off and in fault condition, It should read more than 12volts, if it does, check from positive on main fuses and chassis, you should get a similar reading. If you do and the voltage rises when the engine is running, the alternator is fine otherwise replace the brushes and diode pack in the alternator.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 17, 2017 | 43 views


Have you checked cam timing?If it has jumped a tooth or two it will not start.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 18, 2017 | 61 views


Hi
Sounds like the ignition barrel has failed.
If you replace any part you must ensure that the key and the transducer ring are matched. If not, the immobiliser will come on and you will never start the car.
Get a diagnostic test to verify the immobiliser is turning off.
Roger

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 24, 2017 | 81 views


SOUNDS LIKE AXLE WINDING UP. ARE YOUR TYRES ALL THE SAME SIZE AND ARE YOUR HUBS FREEING PROPERLY?

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 14, 2017 | 67 views


Check your pcv valve hose,could be leaking.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 05, 2017 | 148 views


Probably the temperature sending unit...if not that the relays...they should be relatively cheap and easy to replace...

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 31, 2017 | 123 views


If it ran prior to removing the distributor, it maybe 180 degrees out. Remove the cap, leave the rotor in place, loosen the bolt and lift it up,turn rotor until it is on the opposite side and place it back in.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 25, 2017 | 47 views


Try installing a jumper across the N/O terminal at the relay socket. Temp sensor in the radiator or in the thermostat housing supplies the signal for the relay the other relay signal is supplied by A/C in on position. both fans will run continuous with A/C on. One fan runs intermittent relative to water temp. Be careful not to blow a head gasket. If you leave the jumpers in place, the fans will stop when the ignition is turned off, save the engine until you isolate the relay signal problem. then simply remove jumpers and reinstall the relays

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 28, 2017 | 147 views


The manual crank has a u shaped clip that holds it in place to the crank pulley. U may need a special tool to open the clip and slide it off so you can remove the handle.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 16, 2017 | 43 views


Check the little wheel that controls the brightness. The contacts get dry. Spray with WD40.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 11, 2016 | 30 views


It sounds to me not enough fuel getting to engine.could be a fuel pressure problem.Maybe a faulty fuel pump.or could also be a faulty idle sensor.Just a few possibilities
Good Luck :)

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 15, 2016 | 34 views


Red is positive, black is neg. Yellow is alt 12 volt (turns in with the key). Blue is power to amp or power antenna. And the double colored ones are to each speaker

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 30, 2016 | 57 views


if you have a metal bit for your drill that's small enough to drill a hole into the middle of the key:
drill a hole into the center of they key. stick in something into the hole (preferably a rod of metal) with superglue on it and gently try to turn the ignition after it's properly dried.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 07, 2016 | 159 views

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