2007 Toyota Camry C1391 Brake Control

2007 Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry On the 2007 Toyota Camry, the C1391 is “BRAKE CONTROL: ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED BRAKE SYSTEM: Accumulator Leak Malfunction”. C1391 is stored if a brake fluid, internal or other leak is detected due to improper sealing in the actuator. Internal leakage is suspected if the pump motor operates frequently without braking. There is some testing that will need to be done. The system will need to be tested for any leaks. The Brake Actuator Assembly will need to be tested and inspected. And if these check ok, then next, the Skid…

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2010 Toyota Camry 2.5L P0015 OCV

2010 Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry On the 2010 Toyota Camry 2.5L engine, the P0015 is pointing to a problem with the Exhaust Camshaft Oil Control Valve. This can also be an issue of Valve timing (timing jumped – not very common). A problem with the camshaft gear assembly (not very common). Or a problem with the ECM (on-board computer, also not very common). More commonly here, you will usually find the oil control valve screen is clogged. You can find the valve located on the passenger’s side, rear of the engine, just to the side of the oil fill cap.…

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1994 Toyota Camry Dead Battery

1994 Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry On the 1994 Toyota Camry, the “rapid clicking” is a common, tell-tale sign of a battery that has less than 12v. The accessories like lights, radio, power windows, etc only require 9v to operate, whereas the Starter needs a full 12v (12.4v optimally) to crank the engine over. If you have access to a voltage meter, take a quick reading across the battery posts, I think you’ll find the voltage is well below 12v. I believe replacing the battery should solve the problem. After replacing the battery, you…

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