1993 Toyota Camry Overview

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DX
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DX V6
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LE
22 national listings
LE V6
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LE V6 Wagon
LE Wagon
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XLE
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4.15 stars

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My Favorite Car So Far by Eric4663
 — This was my first car, and that will always have a spot in my heart for it. Build Quality: The front struts gave out, the gas latch didnt work, the trunk needs to be manually opened, the battery got... Read More
Great Car, I Miss It by gaild
 — I bought this car it rear-ended another vehicle. The owner didn't want to pay to have it fixed so I bought it cheap. A few parts from the salvage yard and a new paint job made this car look like new... Read More
Best Investment I Have Ever Made ($50) by Dylan_dill93
 — Since I last wrote my review on my car, I explained how I had been in a wreck due to rainy conditions and the lack of ABS. The car is now repaired and in the process I was able to modify some cosmetic... Read More

1993 Toyota Camry Overview

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1993 Toyota Camry

The 1993 Camry underwent few changes, since it had been completely redesigned the year before. The gearbox on the manual transmission received a few tweaks to make it run better, and the body trim on the DX models was made to match the exterior of the car. The Camry got about 20-30 miles per gallon for fuel economy, depending on the engine.

The 1993 Toyota Camry came in DX, SE, LE, and XLE trim levels, with the DX as the introductory level, the SE the sporty model, the LE the midrange level, the the XLE the high-end version. The 1993 Toyota Camry came standard with a four-cylinder, 2.2-liter, 130-horsepower engine or an optional 3.0-liter, 185-horsepower V6.

Drivers speak highly of the longevity and low maintenance required by 1993 Toyota Camrys, and many are still on the road.

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Toyota Camry Questions

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How Do I Know If It's My Fuel Pump Or The Fuel Filter

I have dummy written on my forehead. I'm stuck trying to make sure a mechanic isn't taking advantage of me. I have gotten 3 guestimates as to what's wrong it's just that they all say that if it truly...

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Mario Wilson
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Shifting Problems

My 1993 camry is a automatic 4cylinder having problems shifting in all the gears

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What Can Cause My Car Not To Start

1993 Toyota Camry 4 cyl, I was driving down the road one day and my car jerk and then cut off. I had put gas in it the night before. I changed my spark plugs and wires, I put a distributor cap, and di...

24 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Dan Walker
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Still Have A Significant Oil Leak?

After replacing cam, crank, and oil pump seals , still have a significant oil leak

15 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Joshua Shaw
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I Have A 1993 Toyota Camry And The Heater Don't Work. Don't Even Come On

What the f**k, i am not a damn robot

7 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)