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Old 08-26-2008, 11:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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3rd Generation ABS trouble code ????'s

Can someone tell me for sure what code 34, and 36 stand for on my 1992 camry LE. I would like to fix whatever the problem is, but have no experience with ABS problems.


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Old 08-26-2008, 12:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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31, 32
33, 34:
Detection of any of conditions (1) through (3):
(1) At vehicle speed of 10 km/h (6 mph) or more,
pulses are not input for 5 sec.
(2) Momentary interruption of the vehicle speed
sensor signal occurs at least 7 times in the
time between switching the ignition switch ON
and switching it OFF.
(3) Abnormal fluctuation of speed sensor signals
with the vehicle speed 20 km/h (12 mph) or
more.
Right front, left front, right rear and left rear speed
sensor.
-Open or short in each speed sensor circuit.
-ECU



36:
Vehicle speed sensor signal is not input for about 1
sec. while the right front and left rear vehicle speed
sensor signals are being checked with the IG switch
ON.
-Open in right front, left rear speed sensor circuit.
-ECU.


HINT:
DTC 31 is for the right front wheel speed sensor.
DTC 32 is for the left front wheel speed sensor.
DTC 33 is for the right rear wheel speed sensor.
DTC 34 is for the left rear wheel speed sensor.
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So would it be safe to assume that the reason my ABS is throwing codes 34, and 36 is due to the left rear speed sensor, and not due to the other sensors malfunctioning??

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Correct. Replace that sensor (not cheap though) and you should be all set.
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awesome! thanks for your help. Any ideas where I can get a good rear working sensor for as cheap as possible?? also, how to you remove the sensor from the wheel well. How do you access it?

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I;m nore sure where else to get it other then the dealer,l never looked. http://www.trademotion.com/partlocat...?siteid=213747 is a discount OEM Toyota parets dealer. For some reason, thier site is down right now. Happenes every once in a long while.

You need to pull out the back bottom seat, then unscrew and remove 1 side bolster. Then the rest you can see when you remove the wheel. I've personally never changed one, so I can't say exactly how to and be 100% sure.
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Consider a salvage yard as another possibility for the sensor, although make sure they will guarantee it before handing over the money.

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Old 08-26-2008, 05:19 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Mike,

I will try that option. Is it a safe bet when purchasing from salvage yards?? What usually makes these things go bad??? I don't wanna purchase a used one just to have it go bad on me in a few weeks or months.

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