2000 Toyota Camry help!!!!!

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Old 04 Aug 2005, 12:40 am   #1 (permalink)
redlights_80
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Default 2000 Toyota Camry help!!!!!

I just bought a 2000 toyota camry last week...I had it checked out by
my mechanic and he said it was in good shape and there wasn’t anything
wrong with it...I noticed a couple of days ago that when I first turn
on the car the check engine light, battery light and another light
that looks like water dripping out of something light up, they dont
stay lit but they light up briefly when the car is turned on....now I
admit I know absolutely nothing about cars and I dont know if this is
normal or if there is something wrong with my...it has been driving
fine and there is nothing else to make me supsect something is
wrong...

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Old 04 Aug 2005, 07:07 am   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2000 Toyota Camry help!!!!!

It's normal.
Those lights light up briefly when you start up.
The purpose being to show that they are functioning.
If they stay on or light up when you're driving then there is a problem.
I just bought a 2000 4cyl. myself a couple months ago with 31k mi.
whoohoo!
Does yours pull to the left a little ?

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