I have a 3010 Toyota Camry. The check engine light came on this morning. So took it to a part store and its throwing 4 codes p0171 c1201 c1241 c 0365. It seem to be running normal.

Asked by Nov 19, 2015 at 12:23 PM about the 2010 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought the car 4 months ago and I thought
it was normal but I'm not so sure now when I
start to slow down the rpm goes up and
when I'm going around 30-40 mph it seems
to slow down really fast with rpm jumping

9 Answers

85,685

Do the 3010 Camry's fly? I suspect the RPM issues you are seeing are the result of the transmission changing gears.

I meant 2010. So what would that mean bad transmission? Why would it be throwing those codes?

85,685

The first code indicates a lean condition in the engine, the second has to do with the brake boost, the third indicates a problem with high or low voltage and the last one may have to do with a deceleration sensor but most code lists don't have that code. It is possible that you have an electronic issue with your transmission.

85,685

If you have a warranty on the car, now is the time to use it.

take it to any parts store, most will read your code free

Are there any other dash/warring lights ON or Flashing?

The traction Control light is on

OK...with the number of codes stored many of which relate to your TRANCTION CONTROL SYSTEM...I'm inclined to conclude your vehicle may need to have one or more computers "re-flashed". This process should be done at a Toyota Dealer. Ask if there are "Service Bulletins" ...or...RECALLS..which address your issues with this vehicle. They might be obliged to correct your issues for free if we are dealing with a known defect. Good Luck.

Okay thank you

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