180 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2002 Toyota Camry. 35 of these members
(19.4%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 69 engine repairs to 2002 Toyota Camrys--an average of 0.4 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 46 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2002 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan
192-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD
check engine light on for many months.problem is a sensor that will be replaced later Problems were diagnosed at a free inspection offered by dealer.Other problems with susp.and brake wear found.Main belt squeaks and is not adjustable so...
Charcoal canister had failed
loose plastic shielding on underside of car
Exhaust noise coming from front of car. Y pipe was replaced.
Wouldn't idle. Took it to local shop and they couldn't fix it. Sent the Camry to dealership 60 miles away. Replaced the Electronic Control Module and the Throttle Control Module. Straighten bent pins on connector. Took 4 days to get parts.
Accelerator needed to be replaced. Old unit did not work properly and as a result car would only go up to 40 miles per hour. new part was $426. I purchased a used part for $75 and paid labor of $30.
MIL - replace fuel filler neck and gas cap, reset codes
replace front exhaust flex pipe
MIL - replace fuel filler neck and fuel cap
MIL on - replaced faulty canister VSV valve, 254 replaced leaking valve cover gasket
The computer had a trouble code of P0420 which is the catalytic converter/O2 sensor malfuntion. I am driving my usual 550 miles/week until Dec 20 2007 when I will have time to do something about the problem!
CEL came on and displayed Code P0420. Replaced both the Oxygen Sensors. Light reset and came on again. Now in hot hot weather (above 55F) it comes on) otherwise remains off. Took out the + battery terminal to reset the CEL and hasn't come on since.
CEL on with trouble code P0420. Had gone off but started coming ON again on intermittent basis. have decided to replace the Catalytic Converter but NOT DONE yet. Cost is the main issue. Can't decide if I want to fix or sell the car!
CEL came on and the dealer ran a diagnostic. They told me that multiple parts in the emission system needed replacement at an estimated cost of $1900 (including parts, labor & tax). CEL wasn't reset. It went off in about 1 mile!!!
Warped intake manifold was causing a misfire during warm-up. Mechanic stated: The Toyota dealers have had trouble with several 2003-03 Camrys
mil on due to bad converter.
unsure right now think it is maf sensor
thermostat failure. The thermostat was not able to mentain regular coolant temperature under normal operation conditions - it maintained a lower temp than specified.
evaporative system related
P0446 CODE evaporative system related
solenoid replaced (next to the canister)