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Posted by PittSpecial | Dec 21, 2014 @ 08:45 AM | 6,812 Views
Yes, with no Engine Rebuilt history!

Its amazing what happens when you maintain a car with the correct amount of care and most especially frequent Oil changes!

1992 Camry Jamming 12-19-2014 (3 min 1 sec)

Oh, here are a few other links to additional report postings:

1992 Toyota Camry with 465,000 miles - New Distributor & O2 Sensor!

1992 Toyota Camry Spark Plugs & Throttle Body!

1992 Toyota Camry - Rear Brake Light Bulbs Socket Type!

My 1992 Toyota Camry XLE Just tuned 456,400 miles

1992 Toyota Camry XLE with 451,000 + miles!

1992 Toyota Camry gets New Radio-Speakers and AC Recharge!

Ignition Timing Adjustment - 1992 Toyota Camry XLE
Posted by PittSpecial | Dec 16, 2014 @ 12:02 AM | 10,531 Views
Hello good people:

I hope you all are busy with the presents and checking out the lists twice as Christmas is just around the corner! Hoping you all are doing great and remember helping out others that are not doing so good as we are is the theme all the time and not just during around Christmas.

In this spirit, I have been helping out a family friend that has come across some issues that prevents to be able and keep up with unexpected repairs / breakdowns of an aging vehicle and needed a helping hand with one certain 1997 HONDA CR-V All Wheel Drive (4X4) Automatic with over 234,000+ miles.

Almost the entire A/C components have been replaced, turn-up has been performed and some education to familiarize the owner of the importance of OIL chances as well since the very first OIL change we observed nothing coming out from the OIL Filter and was missing at least 2+ Quarts of OIL. This is an amazing vehicle because of the mileage and the spotty maintenance ( not the fault of the owner since taking it to a so called family friend mechanic who turned out to be a turn-coat of sorts).

I have chipped in on various occasions for parts to this vehicle and my GOAL "is" keeping this vehicle for my family friend in operation and going down the road to keep the owner employed and not bear any new car expense. It has been a few months now and I am happy to have chipped in when I can and especially when I have noticed a significant CHOKE hold on my family friend to in trying...Continue Reading
Posted by PittSpecial | Dec 01, 2014 @ 06:20 AM | 8,211 Views
Hello good people!

Just trying to keep my old beater, 1992 Toyota Camry XLE with the 2.2 Liter, 4 Cylinder running at its finest and doing so, I had to replace the Distributor with a "New" one. No re-manufactured parts for my car!

Additionally, I had to replace the Oxygen Sensor as well after trouble-shooting and measuring at the diagnostic connector.

Recent other work can be seen at:

A few pictures and video:

The Following produced no error codes what-so-ever!

Pictures of my Camry's "NEW" & "New & Old" Distributor pictures and receipt of how much etc...

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