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Old 24 Mar 2006, 09:14 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all!
I am looking for a repair manual (I have heard Chilton or Haynes manuals
are the norm) for my 98 Camry and also a little help.

For the past week or so the Check Engine Light has been on in my car.
Fluids are all ok, and everything runs fine. Is there anyway to
determine the error codes on my own without use of a scanner? I have
heard that on some models you can do this by following a certain procedure?

Thanks for any help or files provided!
Jon
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Old 25 Mar 2006, 12:00 am   #2 (permalink)
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AutoZone offer the use of their ODB-II reader for free. Why not try it.
Once you get the code(s), do a search on the web, or goto www.obdii.com
and look up the code(s).

Haynes manual is fine for just about everything I needed to do.


JoMo wrote:
> Hello all!
> I am looking for a repair manual (I have heard Chilton or Haynes manuals
> are the norm) for my 98 Camry and also a little help.
>
> For the past week or so the Check Engine Light has been on in my car.
> Fluids are all ok, and everything runs fine. Is there anyway to
> determine the error codes on my own without use of a scanner? I have
> heard that on some models you can do this by following a certain procedure?
>
> Thanks for any help or files provided!
> Jon


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Old 25 Mar 2006, 09:24 am   #3 (permalink)
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johngdole@hotmail.com wrote:
> AutoZone offer the use of their ODB-II reader for free. Why not try it.
> Once you get the code(s), do a search on the web, or goto www.obdii.com
> and look up the code(s).
>
> Haynes manual is fine for just about everything I needed to do.
>
>
> JoMo wrote:
>> Hello all!
>> I am looking for a repair manual (I have heard Chilton or Haynes manuals
>> are the norm) for my 98 Camry and also a little help.
>>
>> For the past week or so the Check Engine Light has been on in my car.
>> Fluids are all ok, and everything runs fine. Is there anyway to
>> determine the error codes on my own without use of a scanner? I have
>> heard that on some models you can do this by following a certain procedure?
>>
>> Thanks for any help or files provided!
>> Jon

>

Ok. Thanks. I will give that a try.
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Old 26 Mar 2006, 02:17 am   #4 (permalink)
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Also, Autozone has free online manual for ealier Camrys (96) that use
the same 5SFE engine. For additional reference.

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Old 26 Mar 2006, 05:11 pm   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: Repair Manual for 98 Camry

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> For the past week or so the Check Engine Light has been on in my car.


I just had the same problem last week. A new O2 sensor (the one near the
catalytic converter) solved it. 240.000 CAN for an aftermarket Busch sensor.
They aren't cheap.


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Old 27 Mar 2006, 08:02 am   #6 (permalink)
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Sorry, one ZERO too many. I meant $240.00 but, that was obvious, wasn't it.


"Bassplayer12" <perettij@nbnet.nb.ca> wrote in message
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>> For the past week or so the Check Engine Light has been on in my car.

>
> I just had the same problem last week. A new O2 sensor (the one near the
> catalytic converter) solved it. 240.000 CAN for an aftermarket Busch
> sensor. They aren't cheap.
>



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