TOYOTA CAMRY MECHANIC PROBLEM
1996 Toyota Camry • 180,000 miles
I have a 1996 Toyota Camry, 4 cylinder, 2.2 L with 180,000 miles. I have both P1300 and P0340 codes. After the car has been off for more than a couple of hours, and more apparent during warm weather (> 70 F) it will start for a few seconds then the RMS's drop to zero and the car won't start. Eventually after 30 to 40 attempts it will eventually stay on and drives well. My mechanic already changed the fuel, filter and igniter and now he wants to charge the crank shaft sensor, but the Haynes Repair Manual states that both cam and crank shaft sensor are on V6 engines only. I have another mechanic that says that I should change the distributor. Who is right?
January 21, 2013.
January 21, 2013.
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