The method above will work for any brake light and is what I used to figure this out. But for anyone with the same 2012 Toyota Tundra who comes across this, connect the black wire to ground and the green and red wire to red on your cap's brake light.
The short of this is yes, you MAY have damaged your rear brakes. The only way to tell for sure is to have them inspected by a mechanic (or if you know what you are doing, inspect them yourself) and determine if there has been damage, what is the extent of it, and what (if anything) needs to be fixed.
In some cases the damage is just premature wear of the ...
Paulster is right, I'm just going to expand on it a bit.
The light on your cap will only light up when the brake is pressed, that's why there's only two wires. One of the two wires is a ground (likely black). Connect this to the ground for your tail lights (also likely the black wire).
Then to address the two green wires, find out which wire gets power ...
From your question, it appears you are completely rebuilding the engine. Part of the process of rebuilding an engine is to check the cylinder deck and head to ensure they are within flat tolerance. You do this by using a machined straight edge. If these areas are within tolerance, then you don't need to have then milled, just clean them up and Bob's your ...
Got a 1998 Toyota Camry that has an empty battery and am wondering what the best course of action is.
Why is it empty?
Is it empty because the battery is old and dying and won't hold capacity?
Or is it empty because you yesterday forgot the lights on?
The correct course of action depends on the reason for it being empty.
If the battery is good but you just ...
If the battery is completely flat, then it will have been severely degraded in capacity. Lead acid batteries don’t hold their full charge after going completely flat, so it would be best to replace the battery and make sure this doesn’t happen again.
However if you want to try to charge it, it will be less stressful for the battery to be slowly charged by a ...
A 2004 Camry SE uses three sensors: an Upstream Oxygen Sensor, an Upstream Air Fuel Ratio Sensor and a Downstream Oxygen Sensor.
Your "Bank 1 Sensor 1" error indicates a problem with Air Fuel Ratio Sensor, not Oxygen Sensor
These two sensors are NOT swappable and cannot be used for troubleshooting.