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Old 03-25-2011, 06:45 PM
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Default 1995 CAMRY 2.2 5FSE O2 Sensor Location

Hi Guys,

Where is the O2 Sensor located on the 1995 Camry.
Its the 4 cylinder 5FSE UK Spec.
I cant see it on the exaust at all.

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Old 03-25-2011, 08:54 PM
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Not sure on UK models.

There needs to be one before and after the converter. Typically it is right before and right after, perhaps on top of the exhaust pipe.
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Old 04-11-2011, 04:07 PM
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Default O2 sensor sorted.

Hi Joey P.

I finally got this 1995 CAMRY 2.2 sorted.
There is only 1 sensor in MY UK model.
It was not easy to get at as its right under the engine location,

A local garage fitted it for me £10 so it saved me grovelling under the car.

TOYOTA wanted near GB£130 for there replacement .

I purchased one from...theairflowmetercompany on EBay.
Cost was GB£38 including post costs.

The car now is running very well and yesterday I had a 200 mile motorway journey
to do and had to take care as now the legal limit for roads here were so easy to exceed like I kind of remember .
So my feeling is its been faulty in some respect for some time.

In passing the Haynes Manual states that HEATED SENSORS are NOT
fitted to the 4 cylinder 5FSE motor.
Mine is 4 cylinder and it is fitted originally with a HEATED ONE.
TOYOTAs electrical manual shows a heated one in the circuit diagram.

Again thank you for information you have passed on to me.
I am sure others welcome your input to

Take care
Johnny UK
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Thanks for posting back with your findings!

From what I understand US cars of this year did not have heaters.
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