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Aloha Everyone,

I'm looking for advice. I have a 2001 camry le. It has 130,000 miles on it. My check engine light is on I know the problem my question is that my car is made in Japan will american parts work just as well or do I have to get Genuine parts from toyota cause it was made in Japan? The only thing is the genuine parts are really expensive.
I also have 18' rims, what type of tires and size would you recommend?
Mahalo in advance!
 

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It depends on the part. Some parts are far better with OEM Toyota, for example engine mounts. Other parts can be replaced with quality aftermarket. Don't go cheap no brand chinese.

What's the part? and whats the error code?
 

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Go here www.toyodiy.com and register.
Then enter your VIN and all parts for you model will show up.
With the correct part number for your car you can then either order OEM or aftermarket.
Any auto parts store should have their part numbers cross referenced to OEM part numbers.
Nice to have the parts diagrams as well to take with you.

Good luck

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Aloha Everyone,

I'm looking for advice. I have a 2001 camry le. It has 130,000 miles on it. My check engine light is on I know the problem my question is that my car is made in Japan will american parts work just as well or do I have to get Genuine parts from toyota cause it was made in Japan? The only thing is the genuine parts are really expensive.
I also have 18' rims, what type of tires and size would you recommend?
Mahalo in advance!
Ok, so you know the problem. What part are you looking to replace to fix said problem?
 

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Go here www.toyodiy.com and register.
Then enter your VIN and all parts for you model will show up.
With the correct part number for your car you can then either order OEM or aftermarket.
Any auto parts store should have their part numbers cross referenced to OEM part numbers.
Nice to have the parts diagrams as well to take with you.

Good luck

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I just took a look at this and it is amazing. Thank you so much.
 
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