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aznsclboi

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    Toyota Camry 2002 V6

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  1. I would be careful with driving a toyota with a "check Engine" light. If it's under warranty, you should take it to a toyota dealer and have them check since they have the code manuals there. I haven't ever seen an check engine light on my old 1991 camry, but if I ever did, I would take it to the dealer. You can call the service department and give them the code number and maybe they could look it up for you. Hope that helps.
  2. My 2002 Camry SE V6 doesn't veer an any direction, but begins to drift to the left when I let go of the wheel, only every so slightly. A buddy of mine has a 2002 V6 LE and his does that to him also. I don't think it's isolated to just the Gen5, my old camry, 1991 Gen3 used to drift to the left also. I'm thinking it's the power steering, but I rarely let go of the wheel, so I don't really notice.
  3. I don't know if this has been asked already, but I was wondering what the normal wheel offset was on a 2003 Camry is, and what the maximum/recommended would be without making it look bad? Oh, how do you measure the offset?
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