my 2.2 1995 camry engine light dont want to get get on and just swing wonder waht de probl;eem might be

Asked by Feb 14, 2015 at 02:15 AM about the Toyota Camry

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If what you meant to say is that your engine light has come on, it can be many things. Most important, first check your oil level. If your oil level is full, take your car to the nearest AutoZone and see if they will read the error codes for you. When your car has a problem, the light will come on and there are codes stored. Write down the code numbers and post them back here. Someone will research the codes and let you know what parts you need to replace.

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