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post #121 of 1598 Old 11-12-2010, 02:48 PM
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It would be a: 7443 bulb

http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProd...RG-Results.htm

If you go to pepboys or autozone, let them know what car u have and they'll find you the right one.
Thank you GT-R for your fast response. I completely forgot about Sylvania (which is odd as I was just telling my co-worker I replaced my front headlights with Sylvania bulbs).

Sadly being in the great white north, auto parts are not as easy to come by no pepboys or autozone for me.

Speaking of parts, has there been a defininite stance on which type of cabin air filter to go with? i searched this forum and saw there was some confusion over the regular vs charcoal filters and i'm not sure which one i should go for (or whether it's worth spending extra for charcoal).
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I would stick with OEM filters, afterall it's designed for your car.


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someone should make a sticky that lists websites to get aftermarket parts for the camry since its so limited

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07 Camry Acceleration problem in slow turns

In the past month my 2007 Camry SE 4 cylinder has had an acceleration problem coming out of slow turns.

It only happens when I start turning after a stop or enter a turn at slow speed.

As I hit the accelerator coming out of the turn, my car doesn't feel like it is accelerating right for several seconds. Then it picks up and drives normally.

Does anyone know a fix or have any suggestions? Thanks!
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In the past month my 2007 Camry SE 4 cylinder has had an acceleration problem coming out of slow turns.

It only happens when I start turning after a stop or enter a turn at slow speed.

As I hit the accelerator coming out of the turn, my car doesn't feel like it is accelerating right for several seconds. Then it picks up and drives normally.

Does anyone know a fix or have any suggestions? Thanks!
It might be the hesitation issue. There is a TSB out there for it, take it in to the dealer and tell them that your car hesitates when accelerating and need to reflash the ECM for better throtle response.

Sometimes my car do that too, so it might be normal cause sometimes your transmission is gear-hunting, etc. But just get the ECM reflashed first.


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question????

would a scion tc intake fit in a 2009 camry
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would a scion tc intake fit in a 2009 camry
as i remember the sensor are the same but the piping mine not fit

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Why dont you just get an intake for the 2009 camry?
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I'm Looking For A DIY Sticky For Springs....

Can somebody put me on to one...I'm going to attempt an install on my 2011 LE next Monday. I tried a search but came up empty...Thanks.
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Question About Spring Installation...

How do I successfully remove this piece without damaging it? I understand this is the gateway to the upper rear strut mount.



Thanks for your help.

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2010 Camry SE - Switch rear reading lights with front switch?

Hello all,

New to the forum even though I've been browsing for quite a while. I have searched everywhere for this topic and have even asked at the dealership about it with no luck.

I have two kids so when we travel at night it is a must to be able to turn the back reading lights on, and as you might imagine it's quite a task to do so while driving, or even for my wife to do from the passenger seat. I'd like to know if it's possible to wire power from the front vanity light switch to the rear reading lights, or if the car is wired in a can bus type arrangement where this needs to be programmed in somehow.

Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

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can u stop open a new thread for every question u have?

yes u can. like in that thread i posted for u, u have to remove the bottom first then u can remove that piece. in that pic, u havent remove the bottom out yet
Sorry...I was simply looking for some clarification. I read the sticky, exactly how I am supposed to remove the rear seat is not clear to me.

Where should I post questions in the future?
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wow this is a need for the kids and u guys sitting in the from. i dont know anyone have done this yet, but a local shop could help u out on this. i think u can talk to them to make another switch n front to on/off. hope u get this done to help yur family out
 
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How do I successfully remove this piece without damaging it? I understand this is the gateway to the upper rear strut mount.



Thanks for your help.
Pull the front of the bottom seat cushion up sharply and it will un pop,
At the bottom of the side bolster in your pic there's a 12mm bolt holding it down, remove it.
Now pull the side bolster straight up and towards you. May take a little effort due to the tightness of the retainer back there.
Now you should be able to see ur strut fasteners.
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Sorry...I was simply looking for some clarification. I read the sticky, exactly how I am supposed to remove the rear seat is not clear to me.

Where should I post questions in the future?
I feel you on clarifications man. There are people that will def help you out, but for questions related to a certain topic, try to find a thread that already talks about something similar.

Springs/suspension post. Once in there, thats where you should post your questions.

I think this specific "n00b" post is to teach new comers how to start finding the correct topics and then they can post in there. Dont worry, just ask the question in there and someone will come along and help you.

Just to help you out on your question too...
The bottom part of the seat, its held on by a couple of clips, you just need to find them, and pop the seat up from there. pull it out, and then you will be able to find out what bolts or whatever is holding your backrest in place.

Note: you need to lift the back rest directly up too. Both of the parts will need some force. But anyway, hope it helps, and just try to post questions up in a proper post that is talking about similar parts of the car.

Example, remove back seats, i think its pretty fair to ask how to remove them in a "spring install" post or something like that.

Also, some people could be harsh in what they reply back with, just dont worry about it. Everyone here are human beings, we all have our good days and our bad days. we all start learning somewhere.
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