Toyota 2.2L Index of Articles

This simplified wiring diagram of the ignition system applies only to 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1995 2.2L Toyota Camry. Testing the ignition coil and the igniter (ignition... [read more]

When the igniter (ignition control module) on your 1992, 1993, 1994, or 1995 2.2L Toyota Camry fails, the engine is not gonna' start due a lack of spark. In this tutorial,... [read more]

Sooner or later, the rear oxygen sensor's internal heater is gonna' fail. When it does, your Camry's PCM is gonna' light up the check engine light with a P0141 trouble... [read more]

When the ignition coil fails inside the distributor, your 1992-1995 2.2L Toyota Camry is not gonna' start. The cool thing is that, even though the 2.2L Toyota Camry's... [read more]

The throttle position sensor, on your 2.2L Toyota Celica, creates a very simple analog voltage signal that you and I can easily test with a multimeter in Volts DC mode. In... [read more]

Toyota made it easy to retrieve trouble codes on the 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995 2.2L Toyota Camry. So, if you've been needing to find out the trouble code behind your... [read more]

As you're already aware, the throttle position sensor on your 1992-1996 2.2L Toyota Camry has 4 wires coming out of its connector. This is because the TPS is 2 sensors in 1... [read more]

The fuel pump on the 1996-2001 2.2L Toyota Camry can be accurately diagnosed with a fuel pressure gauge. In this tutorial I'll show you where to connect it and how to find... [read more]

The throttle position sensor, on the 2.2L Toyota Camry, is two sensors in one assembly. One part of the TPS assembly is an idle switch and the other is the actual throttle... [read more]

Connecting a fuel pressure test gauge, to your 2.2L Toyota Camry, is not hard. Not too mention that testing your 2.2L Camry's fuel pump with a fuel pressure test gauge is... [read more]