1997 V6 XLE Toyota Camry Engine light

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Old 01 Sep 2005, 12:39 pm   #1 (permalink)
97ToCam
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Default 1997 V6 XLE Toyota Camry Engine light

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Have a 97 toyota camry v6 xle with 98k miles, runs great with no major
problems, few days ago the check engine light came on, took the car to
auto zone and the read back code was P1410, what is this code?, is this a
big job?, should I take it to a dealer or side shop?, and what should be
the estimate cost?.

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Old 01 Sep 2005, 01:14 pm   #2 (permalink)
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I,m looking at the 97 thru 2002 Camry Haynes manual which lists the
explanations of these codes. I dont see a P1410.The codes in here only go
up to P0505.


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Old 02 Sep 2005, 12:13 am   #3 (permalink)
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p1410 EGR Valve position sensor circuit


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>
> Have a 97 toyota camry v6 xle with 98k miles, runs great with no major
> problems, few days ago the check engine light came on, took the car to
> auto zone and the read back code was P1410, what is this code?, is this a
> big job?, should I take it to a dealer or side shop?, and what should be
> the estimate cost?.
>



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