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It sounds like segments of the clock numbers are permanently on. Most number displays are a combination seven segments which, if all are lit, would display a figure eight. You turn on any combination of the lights to create the separate numbers. If any of those are permanently on, it is going to give you strange looking numbers. I don't know why this ...
If it pours straight out when you pour it in, you should be able to see where it is leaking. So get another quart of oil, place a tray down to catch the leaking oil and pour the new oil in. Now check around the oil filter, oil drain plug, any other sump plugs.
Before replacing the sensor, disconnect it at its plug to the loom. Test for a resistence across its two terminals. The code is telling you of a short to ground. This can mean that the feed wire, the sensor assembly, or the signal wire is not conducting through the circuit. Check the cabling for breaks or damage, especially on its bends. No breaks, or no ...
I discovered the following during research after I posted the question. Searching online against "Toyota Camry Sticky Dashboard" returns many very specific results, including videos. There are many reports of Toyota Camry vehicles (standard, hybrid, and other variants) from the 2007-2009 year range producing a sticky dashboard, which eventually transforms ...
Carry on using your regular fuel. The BARO in your engines ECU will adjust for altitude, and O2 sensors and MAP will keep the engine running sweetly. You may notice a small drop off in power but it will not be enough to be unduly concerned.
Your vehicle is old enough to be a cable driven speedo affair. The set-up would be a gearbox drive gear, cable assembly, speedo head assembly. Any of these could fail/wear out and no longer operate the speedo/odometer internals. The first check is to disconnect the speedo cable at the speedo and see if it is rotating when the vehicle is driven. If it is ...
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