Having problems with your 1997 Toyota Camry ?

Engine management light turn on

\015 Could you tell me why the amber light comes on even after the oxygen sensor replaced ?It feel like the revs very retarded.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-03-2018

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The technically proper\015\012diagnostic procedure would be to have the car's computer scanned and\015\012the readings interpreted for errors. The error codes would determine\015\012the "probable" defects.

To my knowledge, any sensor failure or reading/condition error with respect to the engine would trigger the engine management light. Most notably common to Toyota Camrys are the O2 sensors which would require original Toyota parts (for compatibility with the onboard computer) and not aftermarket such as Bosch. Scan readings would indicate error code PP107 or something like it.

In some cases, it could be part of the throttle assembly (throttle position sensor) and/or sticking parts which of course cleaning solve.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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\015\012Is not way to see exactly why the light come on.
\015\012Only if you put a scanner. and ge t the code. that made the light come on.
\015\012Because the light come for easy thing to a hard thing. or problem.
\015\012I recomend scan the vehicle.
\015\012Can be the same code or diferent
\015\012But let me tell you. if you replaced 1 oxigen sensor.
\015\012Some times the light come for the other one.
\015\012Because the computer noted the deifferent between the sensor.
\015\012OK.. I hope this work for you.
\015\012If you get the code , I can give the Deffinition on it.
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