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Old 03-25-2009, 08:42 AM
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Default OBD-1 DTC's for Camry

Hi fellas,

I have a 1992 Camry XLE V6 and I managed to pull the trouble codes for my check engine light and I came up with 2: "52" and "55". I was able to find out through the internet that "52" meant "knock sensor signal", but I couldn't find the meaning for code "55". I was wondering if anyone here might be able to tell me what "55" stands for.

I just had an engine replacement done because the original engine spun a bearing after years of neglect from the car's previous owner. After seeing how dirty the insides of the valve cover was, I should have been smart to invest in some Engine Cleaner before changing the oil. I'm planning to take the car back to the shop but I just want to know what the DTC's were about before I brought it to them. Last time I brought my other car for a check engine light diagnosis (obd-ii) their scan tool didn't have the data for it so I doubt they'd be able to figure out what my Camry's DTC's stand for.

Thanks for any help.
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Old 03-25-2009, 12:34 PM
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55 is not listed.

Suggest having the sensor fixed and determine if the 55 code goes away.
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Old 03-29-2009, 07:32 AM
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GM OBD-1 Diagnostic Trouble Codes

For 1995-previous model year EFI-equipped GM vehicles. NOTE: Some codes not supported on all models, consult your specific vehicle's service manual for the correct trouble code list and description for your application.

DTC - 12 No distributor reference pulse (diagnostic test active)
DTC - 13 Oxygen sensor circuit open or no activity
DTC - 13 Left bank O2 sensor circuit open or no activity
DTC - 14 Engine coolant temp sensor error (high temp indicated)
DTC - 15 Engine coolant temp sensor error (low temp indicated)
DTC - 16 System voltage too low
DTC - 17 Camshaft position sensor error
DTC - 21 Throttle Position sensor error (signal high)
DTC - 22 Throttle position sensor error (signal low)
DTC - 23 Intake air temp sensor error (low temp indicated)
DTC - 24 Vehicle speed sensor error (open circuit or no activity)
DTC - 25 Intake air temp sensor error (high temp indicated)
DTC - 28 Auto transmission range pressure switch error
DTC - 31 Wastegate solenoid circuit error
DTC - 32 EGR system failure
DTC - 33 MAP sensor circuit error (signal high indicating low vacuum)
DTC - 34 MAP sensor circuit error (signal low indicating high vacuum)
DTC - 35 IAC problem or idle error
DTC - 36 MAF sensor error
DTC - 36 24x Crankshaft position sensor circuit error
DTC - 37 TCC brake switch circuit error
DTC - 39 Clutch switch circuit error
DTC - 41 Ignition control error
DTC - 41 MEM-CAL error
DTC - 41 CI Cam Sensor Signal error
DTC - 42 Ignition bypass circuit error
DTC - 43 Knock sensor error
DTC - 44 Oxygen sensor error (lean condition indicated)
DTC - 44 Left bank O2 sensor error (lean condition indicated)
DTC - 45 Oxygen sensor error (rich condition indicated)
DTC - 45 Left bank O2 sensor error (rich condition indicated)
DTC - 46 Pass-Key II (VATS) system error - circuit out of freq range
DTC - 51 PROM error
DTC - 51 Incorrect MEM-CAL
DTC - 52 Fuel cal-pak incorrect or missing
DTC - 53 System voltage too high
DTC - 54 Fuel pump circuit low voltage
DTC - 55 ECM error
DTC - 58 Trans fluid temp sensor circuit error (low voltage)
DTC - 59 Trans fluid temp sensor circuit error (high voltage)
DTC - 61 A/C system performance
DTC - 63 Right bank O2 sensor circuit error
DTC - 63 MAP sensor circuit signal voltage high (low vacuum indicated)
DTC - 64 Right bank O2 sensor lean exhaust indicated
DTC - 64 MAP sensor circuit signal voltage low (high vacuum indicated)
DTC - 65 Right bank O2 sensor rich exhaust indicated
DTC - 66 A/C pressure sensor circuit error (low pressure indicated)
DTC - 67 A/C pressure sensor circuit error
DTC - 68 A/C clutch relay circuit error (shorted to ground)
DTC - 69 A/C clutch relay circuit error (open circuit indicated)
DTC - 70 A/C pressure sensor circuit error (high pressure indicated)
DTC - 71 A/C evaporator temp sensor circuit error (low temp indicated)
DTC - 72 VSS signal circuit error
DTC - 73 A/C evaporator temp sensor circuit error (high temp indicated)
DTC - 75 Digital EGR solenoid #1 circuit error
DTC - 76 Digital EGR solenoid #2 circuit error
DTC - 77 Digital EGR solenoid #3 circuit error
DTC - 79 Transmission fluid overtemp
DTC - 80 Transmission component slipping
DTC - 82 3x Crankshaft position sensor circuit error
DTC - 85 PROM error
DTC - 86 A/D error
DTC - 87 EEPROM error (flash memory error)
DTC - 90 TCC error
DTC - 93 Transmission pressure control solenoid circuit error
DTC - 96 Transmission system voltage low
DTC - 98 Invalid PCM program
DTC - 99 Invalid PCM program
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Old 08-27-2009, 11:40 PM
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well i don't know if u already know this but cars that are manufactured before 1996 are OBD1 not OBD2 codes so a OBD2 scanner cannot scan your car unless it has the software in it. im burning through the internet lookin for a DTC guide for my 92 camry again i dont know how much help that can be to you
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Old 08-27-2009, 11:46 PM
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i looked up the code for you if u havent found it yet but i saw that its a knock sensor fault
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Old 09-18-2009, 03:04 AM
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Default Bwm gt1 dis sss

BMW group tester one(GT1) is offered to the agtermarket in the same
specification that is currently supplied to BMW franchised dealers.It
is special-purpose tool of BMW Series.Gt1 is supplied with a Pentium
based laptop PC on a Windows platform connected to a high
specification communications and measurement interface.
GT1 can complete coverage of ALL BMW systems, one thing that can only
be done using the GT1, this function is called Electronic Control
Unit (ECU) programming and configuration. Many of the original
electronic systems on modern vehicles can now be re programmed using
software; historically any changes to rectify software problems would
involve a new ECU which would be purchased from the parts department
and that is the only way that the independent market today is able to
overcome these problems. The BMW GT1 system allows you re programme
all BMW car ECU’s to fix software or to install a blank ECU to a
repaired vehicle. GT1 is the only system that allows you to do this
and is absolutely essential if working on Freelander , the GT1 is
also the only system that provides all diagnostics and programming
for the very latest BMW launched this year.
BMW GT1 software kit comprises of five system ,TIS system .DIS data
system ; diagnosis system .measuring system and manangement system .
you can to test and check data information same time in GT1.
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Old 10-11-2009, 09:30 PM
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Both codes are for knock sensor(per. mitchell on demand),replace the knock sensor
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how do you reset the obdi on a 1992 camry? i have two dash lights that need to be reset. airbag light for example.
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Old 10-31-2009, 01:58 PM
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Air bag light will reset only when the problemis fixed,on older import cars and trucks,you can't "reset" the lights,they will turn off when the problem is fixed.
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i was able to reset it by grounding the thing (EFI?) beneath the coin holder. Just look up on how to reset airbags for camrys and you'll find diagrams and the procedure to do it so.
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