1990 Toyota Camry Overview


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4.35 stars

Based on 18 reviews

What's Not To Like? by Mac
 — Recently drove 1990 Camry to Idaho from California where it had been babied for the last 13 years by my 93 year old father. It has 63000 miles and one could eat off the motor, literally. He kept it ga... Read More
My First Car - Camry Ultima Twin Cam by Khris
 — My first car.... my red car. XD - Cost me 2gs. Obviously I didn't buy this for performance, but for a solid reliable car which I can muck around with. XD The only thing that came with this car was... Read More
How Could A Kid Not Love His First Car by Luis48
 — Full sentimental alert here. I have no bad things to say about this car. Purchased in 1996 as my first car, I had it for 5 years through college. I sold it with 156,000 miles on it, 50k more than w... Read More

1990 Toyota Camry Overview

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1990 Toyota Camry

The 1990 Toyota Camry was virtually unchanged from the previous year. The Camry was getting excellent reviews and had climbed into the number five spot for best-selling vehicles, so Toyota knew not to fix something when it wasn't broken.

The 1990 Toyota Camry was available as a four-door station wagon or sedan. The 1990 Toyota Camry was available in several trims, which included the base model, the DLX, the DLX V6, the DLX All Trac, the LE, the LE V6 and the LE All Trac. The 1990 Toyota Camry gets between 20 and 30 mpg for fuel economy, depending on the engine. The 1990 Camry had a a 2.5-liter V6 with 153 horsepower or a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine with 115 horsepower. All models are available with the All Trac all wheel drive system as well.

Drivers of the 1990 Toyota Camry note that their cars, though nearing on 17 years old, their cars have fewer problems than newer models. Camry owners say that will regular maintenance and care, a used Camry will last for years and years.


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Toyota Camry Questions


My Dipstick Oil Is Too Clean, Shows No Usage

for a month now, oil on dipstick shows no wear. car is 25 yrs old, should be changing colors

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John Lawing

Where Is The Fuel Pump Located On A 1990 Camry

330 views with 16 answers (last answer 2 months ago)

Toyota Camry Can Only Start With A Jumper

My dad's 1990 camry can only start with a jumper. Without a jumper, it doesn't crank and the battery seems very week. The battery was replaced a month ago. Could it be the alternator?

192 views with 7 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
Adria Ladenes

I Have A 1990 Toyota Camry And The Coolant Leaks Out But Not From The Radia...

11 views with 2 answers (last answer 6 months ago)

Fuel Pump Not Working

car not starting no fuel reaching the motor or up to the fuel filter

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