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Whats up everyone. I have seen this forum on the net for a bit, and decided to join up. I have a 2001 Camry 4cylinder 5-speed, which I use as a daily driver, a 1987 MB 420SEL, and a 1989 Jeep Cherokee. The Camry has been a hell of a reliable vehicle so far, just been keeping up with Mobil 1 filter and oil changes, and I changed the plugs at 30,000 miles. It now has 50,000 and still running great. I had one question which I couldn't find in the search - what is the engine code for my car? I was told it was on the timing cover, but I see where the sticker was, and it peeled off.:mad: Can anyone help me out here?

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-Christian
 

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5s-fe maybe????, im not sure with all the 4cyls
 

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5s-fe I believe was only used up to 2000, unless I read it wrong. Ill try a google search and see what comes up.
 

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welcome to TN!

you should definitely be able to find it in your car's manual. just look in the index for the list of specifications.

jon
 

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u might be right, it probably has something to do with the VVT or VVT-i :dunno:
 

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welcome dude~~!

How's it going? I am glad that you like your camry, its a great car.. if you got questions, ask it here on this forums, it'll be a great help, everyone can benefit from one's questions, well talk to you soon, and welcome ~~ from mark
 
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I'm pretty sure you have a 5s-fe. By the way your plugs are platinum and they'regood for 90k. Make sure you put platinums back in there. Ngk or denso.











...don't use bosch:lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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I'm pretty sure you have a 5s-fe. By the way your plugs are platinum and they'regood for 90k. Make sure you put platinums back in there. Ngk or denso.
I used Bosch, and noticed no change, but I'll switch them back over to NGK at 60K. I was thinking that the website that showed me the engine codes was made in 2000, hence they didnt put up 2001 engine codes yet.

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things get moved periodically by moderators because you must have posted this thread in some other place where it didn't belong...your thread relates to camry's specifically so if you posted this in the scion section then the moderator is goin to move it to camry section. or in your case...the me/mines/mods section
 
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