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Old 01 Jul 2006, 07:44 pm   #1 (permalink)
Nubian
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I have Camry 1999 4-cyl. Automatic- would you please how me where can i
find O2 sensor. my car still running 350KM per 55 Liter. I poted before
here for help and i changed complete spark plug, Gear oil, Gear
Filterand it is till the same 6.36 Km/Liter. it i time now to change O2
senor as last advice i got from someone put i don't know where to find
it, by the way i live in Qatar and there is no toyota dealer here. the
only place you have to deal with is agency and it takes time to wait
till your turn because of bad service. Also all technician here with
limited experince in EFI cars. Please help me to find that senor

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Old 02 Jul 2006, 12:41 am   #2 (permalink)
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Check Autozone's free online repair guide. This is for the 5SFE but in
a 1996. Same set up.

http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...3d8016600a.jsp

The primary sensor is on the exhaust manifold, you should be able to
see if looking down right next to the radiator. I'd use a Bosch sensor,
not a Denso.

How was the car maintained? Have you changed the timing belt, fuel
filter, water pump, oil seal, etc, etc?


Nubian wrote:
> I have Camry 1999 4-cyl. Automatic- would you please how me where can i
> find O2 sensor. my car still running 350KM per 55 Liter. I poted before
> here for help and i changed complete spark plug, Gear oil, Gear
> Filterand it is till the same 6.36 Km/Liter. it i time now to change O2
> senor as last advice i got from someone put i don't know where to find
> it, by the way i live in Qatar and there is no toyota dealer here. the
> only place you have to deal with is agency and it takes time to wait
> till your turn because of bad service. Also all technician here with
> limited experince in EFI cars. Please help me to find that senor


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Old 02 Jul 2006, 07:07 am   #3 (permalink)
m Ransley
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Have you checked Timing, old belts stretch, a stretched belt can retard
timing 4 degrees and reduce milage 4 mpg and reduce power. Are brakes
dragging, Putting it on a scope to have exaust analysed will tell how
efficiently it is running, is Compression good. did you change the
differential oil. Some models have 2, o2 sensors on the exuast
manifold.

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