Help! 1999 Camry - Engine Light with Codes

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Old 02 Oct 2004, 08:14 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help! 1999 Camry - Engine Light with Codes

Hi, have a 1999 Toyota Camry 4 cylinder. California car. Codes are
P0171 (Too Lean) and P1133 (Fuel/Air Meter Control).

The engine light is intermittent, meaning it will go on for a day then
stay off for a couple weeks. At first it seemed innocuous. But I
want to get this fixed.

I read it might be an O2 sensor. Is this easy to replace? In my
youth I used to repair/rebuild American muscle cars, so I know my way
around cars. But if this is a major job that will take several hours,
I'd rather let the pros do it.

Thanks,
Matt
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Old 02 Oct 2004, 10:49 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Help! 1999 Camry - Engine Light with Codes

The AF sensor is very easy to replace.
It's the thing that looks kinda like a sparkplug stuck into your exhaust
manifold. It's facing you as you open the hood, dead center.

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MW wrote:
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> Hi, have a 1999 Toyota Camry 4 cylinder. California car. Codes are
> P0171 (Too Lean) and P1133 (Fuel/Air Meter Control).
>
> The engine light is intermittent, meaning it will go on for a day then
> stay off for a couple weeks. At first it seemed innocuous. But I
> want to get this fixed.
>
> I read it might be an O2 sensor. Is this easy to replace? In my
> youth I used to repair/rebuild American muscle cars, so I know my way
> around cars. But if this is a major job that will take several hours,
> I'd rather let the pros do it.
>
> Thanks,
> Matt

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