No - but fluid leak(s) in the brake system, air in the brake system, an incorrectly installed, adjusted, or failed brake component (e.g. brake pads / shoes, a failed brake cylinder), an incorrectly adjusted Master Cylinder push rod, or a failed MC ... are all possible causes of this.
Suggest reviewing all work, checking all lines, calipers, wheel cylinders, and bleeder screws for any leaks, re-priming the Master Cylinder, and doing a full (4 wheel) brake bleed procedure.. to start. * If the Master Cylinder was removed / replaced: it may take several attempts to fully purge all air from the system - try bleeding the brakes again.
I was wondering if I can put an ECM made for USA Camry's into mine without any problems.
Mine is a JPP version SXV10 5sfe AMT without EGR. I live in Panamá and they ask 200 USD for a second hand ECM.
According to some websites my car should have fitted 89661-33510, which I can't find...
Looking if anyone has a thorough, complete video of how to safely replace the transmission fluid and filter, as well as the differential.
Otherwise, a complete guide would be good too.
I also am looking if anyone can vouch for a specific aftermarket filter replacement, as the OEM...
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Hope everyone is well.
Still trying to figure out the rotor issues on my '92 Camry wagon, LE V-6. With the 3 timing marks set at top-dead-center, the rotor is pointing at the #2 cylinder position on the distributor. I know from past experience that said rotor should be pointing...