Ok well I figured it out. I'll post here just in case anyone else has the same question. One end of the hose attaches to the nipple on the cylinder head (I have already posted a pick showing the nipple in question above). And the other end connects to the Idle air control valve. On the 1994 California emissions camry with the 5sfe engine (2.2l 4 cylinder) the Idle air control valve has 3 nipples. The 2 outside ones are for coolant lines the center one is for the air assistedfuel injectors. Now thiss is only on Toyota Camrys that are sold in California model years of 1994 through 1996with the 5sfe engine.
Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 AT 2:09 AM