20 Most Recent 1999 Toyota Camry Solara Questions & Answers

How did you diagnose engine timing as the root cause?

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 24, 2018

The solenoid is integrated with the starter.

You should also check the start relay in your power distribution panel.

Best regards

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 24, 2018

this might work...
Open hood ensure new battery is disconnected.
Open main fuse panel cover under hood and remove horn relay (so you don't have to listen to the horn).
Use the key to lock the drivers door.
Connect the positive battery terminal.
Connect the negative battery terminal (security system will now activate, hazards lights will flash and horn would be going off if the relay was not removed).
Use the key to unlock the drivers door.
Get in, close drivers door.
Use the key to start the engine.
Security system will deactivate.
Get out of vehicle, reinstall horn relay, replace fuse panel cover, close hood.

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 14, 2017

In the instrument panel junction box, check the 10A TAIL FUSE

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 03, 2017

Want to bypass your vehicle security system?

The short answer is you can't!

All modern cars have alarms and immobilizers. There is a chip in the key and a chip in the ignition lock. If both are present, the ECM (engine control module) releases power to the ignition circuit. When you turn the key, the starter spins the engine and you get a spark. If any one of those three items are not in the chain, you get the engine to turn, but no spark. There is no way to beat the system.

The immobilizer is in place to stop exactly what you are trying to do.

Posted by Andrew... on Mar 26, 2016

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 03, 2016

Window regulator is probably broke . An not being able to open the door from inside , I would say the handle broke inside the door . You have to take door panel off to get inside the door . Videos on youtube showing how to do it an test it.

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 27, 2016

right rear, left rear, right front, left front.

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1999 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 05, 2015

yes. plus cvc joints and some suspension parts

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 03, 2015

Hello, and welcome to FixYa. Please allow me to assist you.

I had the exact same problem in my V6 Camry. The problem turned out to be bad clutch hydraulic cylinders. I replaced the clutch master cylinder (on the firewall) and the clutch slave cylinder (on the transaxlwe), the problem was eliminated.

Replace your clutch hydraulic cylinders, and you will be fixed right up.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance today.

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 03, 2015

Turn off ur car before u work on replacing any fuses. Find the main fuse box by looking under the hood in the engine compartment.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 01, 2015

I would -start by checking the code from the computer you scjould
get a code from it are you having a problem with the alarm at all
sometime the alarm. Cause problems but even then a code woou
s be my first start there is a thing called am ingniter it a am
Small box for ingnition it hoopla up to the coil see if you getting current to the coil if not that's the 2nd thing to check I think that it please turn the key on so it's hot I think that's it please check and reply

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 30, 2015

I cked this I have toyota code book what you uace is the bank one sensor 1ans also bank 1 sensor 2 these are on the front of manifold the 1st two sensors coming from manifold alota of time
people keep running there car and burn or melt the comcerter
please. When you take the sensors0out ck to see how much air
is coming out of the sensor whole do this one at-time you might have to change the converter as well let me know what you find
thank you and please reply

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 30, 2015

They so have a computer that woks with the other main computer
whats going on with itwith it

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 30, 2015

check if head lights are on while cranking, if so, possible starter or circuit issues..

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 30, 2015

I have a 1999 Camry with this code. Apparently there are a few things this code could indicate. Ultimately, in my car, changing the charcoal canister fixed it. It could also indicate a lift sensor needs or EGR valve needs replacing. As the charcoal canister is basically an "air filter" that doesn't affect how the car runs, I waited until before my safety inspection, as the check engine light wouldn't go off until the problem was fixed!

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 30, 2015

Nope, you are not wrong, the so-called lockup solenoid is the only externally mounted solenoid on the Camry transmission. And, yes, from your description, it does "fit the profile" as they say in the movies or TV or something like that. But, whatever, you hit the nail on the head and I missed by a bit. I guess I owe you lunch, since I don't usually eat lunch every day (not a diet, just don't), make it coffee and a Danish.

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 29, 2015

all of the shift solenoids are located inside the transmission attached to the transmission valve body, to access these you need to remove the pan from the transmission.

1999 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 29, 2015

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