danielboone72: What brand of torque wrench did you use? Craftsman?, Husky? Kobalt? And it is an 3/8" or 1/2" drive?
danielboone72: Nice job. Thank you for showing us how to do this.
exorthesword: Excellent video, thanks for posting! Good tempo; nothing extraneous.
adrian wellman: were abouts did u put the ultra grey
jerry Dishman: Great video! really helps out,thanks!
SYNCPHAN1OM: oil is leaking behind on the top of trans next to sensor and on top of exhaust idk if it could be the oil pan or valve cover or cam plug
coltcomphbar: You should have resealed the cam plug.
(on the older Camry models they had a distributor o-ring. They use the same head on the 97-01 models with electronic ignition so you need to reseal the plug that goes where the distributor used to be)
KATHLEEN DUVALL: I have a 1999 Camry, Oil was sopping # 4 plug. used a 10 mm wrench, purchased a 30mm socket, purchased new plugs, wires, Gasket set. went back for Sealant, then went back for PCV valve. Then went back for a O ring Grommet for the valve. Took longer to go shopping and down time, and I am no mechanic, BUT, Shooter250 Props to You, Camry running like a Swiss Watch now. Thanks......
Nat Funk: I have a 93, and it is the same.
Nat Funk: That would be the valve guide seals. replacing the seals would also involve changing the valve cover gasket because you need to remove the valve cover to get started on the valve guide seal repair.
FIREHAWK: No white smoke means your burning...not leaking
Abraham venegas: Should this be replaced if your car shoots out white smoke when you start it? thanks
Terri McDaniel: Thanks so much, couldn't have done it without with out this video!!
Caleb Warren: great video, learned a bunch!
shooter250: I would guess yes if you want to keep it from leaking again.
terri steele: on the 2.2 ltr toyota camry vavle cover replacement is it mandatory to add the 4 dots of permatex on each side of engine?
Rene Romero: wpuld this be the same for a 93 camry?
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