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To check for vacuum leaks, you can use something like carb and choke cleaner and spray the hoses that should be sealed. If your idle varies, then you have found the leak. Just be sure that the spray you use wont degrade the hoses and is ok to be consumed by the engine. I believe carb and choke cleaner will not eat the hoses, but double check before using. ...


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I also have a Camry, mine is a 2000 LE, 4 cylinder. It has the shimmy issue when stopping. There are several possible causes for this: The front brake rotors have more run-out than they should. I don't remember what the spec is, but if this is the problem, they should be replaced rather than machined. If I had to guess it's 3 or 4 thousandths of an inch is ...


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This sounds like a severe vacuum leak. You are going to be looking at either a bad intake manifold gasket, bad throttle body gasket, or cracked intake manifold. A brake booster hose MIGHT be able to move that much air. A couple things to check first. Vacuum hoses, including the brake booster hose. Pull off the intake hose and look in the throttle body ...


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I found the following instructions here: http://freeremoteinstructions.com/toyota/toyota-camry-2002-2006/ Start with the key out of the ignition, drivers door is open all others closed and drivers door is unlocked. Perform these steps within 5 seconds. A. Insert the key into the ignition(Do NOT Turn) Pull key out. B. Insert the key into the ignition(Do NOT ...



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