The XV20 series of the Toyota Camry is Toyota's 6th generation of the Camry sedan.

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Indicator "check " in panel . How to solve?

After long time using , and cleaning engine apartment ,

My Camry 2001 , show "check " in panel .

Please help .

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You mean your "Check engine " light is on? Have you tried a place like Autozone etc. that can scan your OBD (on Board Diagnostics)? that will give you a code, with that you can determine what is going on.

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Thank,

I am living in Cambodia , a poor country so OBD may rarely to find . Could you please tell me some problem that related to this case ?

Thx for your information in advance

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Rasmey, that is going to be very tough. Without getting a code, it is just a guessing game. It could be from something simple , like a bad gas cap, to a sensor in the transmission. You need to assess how your Camry runs. If the engine runs okay and gas mileage has not gone up, it is likely a sensor in the transmission or another component. You will have to trouble shoot according the way your Camry runs. Without getting an OBD code from your car, it will be very difficult.

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Thank very much , after I check my Camry from your tip , I see my Camry : low level engine oil and gas cap loose ,,,, after fix it , and remove battery terminal - restore ...

And now my Camry no check engine ... Thx very much for our kindly response ..

Sorry for my poor English written .

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No problem... Select it as an answer to help other people with similar issues will know what to do. And your English is alright to be honest, I know what you're trying to say and and I know you're from another country. :)

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Rasmey, a P0300 diagnostic code indicates a random or multiple misfire., P0300 doesn't tell you specifically which cylinder(s) is/are mis-firing, nor why. The reason for this code could be any of these:

Faulty spark plugs or wires

Faulty coil

Faulty oxygen sensor

Faulty fuel injector

Burned exhaust valve

Faulty catalytic converter

Blocked EGR valve / passages

Faulty camshaft position sensor

The first thing that I would try are new spark plugs plugs and plug wires. This fixes most misfires the majority of the time. If that doesn't help check the rotor and fuel injectors. Work your way down the list. Let us know what works for you, and if you need more help. Good luck and hope this helps.

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Follow this if you can, sounds like something similar to your issue.

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