Toyota Camry Engine
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First produced as a compact car in 1982, the Toyota Camry is now classified as a wide-body, mid-size car. As one of the best-selling cars in the United States, the Camry is considered practical and comfortable. Its earliest engines were 1.8 liter with later versions having engines as large as 3.5 liters.
In 1987, the Camry was redesigned. It now had a 2.0 lite DOHC 3SFE engine which stayed the same through 1991 with the exception of the flywheel bolts. The changed the engine is 1989 and went to an 8 bolt flywheel instead of a 6 bolt flywheel. Not to be confused with the Toyota Celica 2.0 lite 3SGE, the 2.0 lite DOHC motor has 2 timing gears whereas the 3SFE has 1 timing gear. In 1992-1993, the Camry had an optional 2.0 3VZ DOHC engine to help compete with other automakers like the Ford Taurus as a mid-sized passenger car.
In 1992-1998 engine stayed true to the 2.2 liter 5SFE engine design. It was strong and dependable. To help improve power and gas mileage, in 1996 they changed the engine to use a crank sensor but kept the distributor in the cylinder head. In 1997-2001, the 5SFE 2.2 liter motor used a coil pack and the distributor was eliminated. In 1994-1997, the 3.0 V6 liter engine has an SOHC design instead of its predecessor with the DOHC design. In 1998-2000, the Camry used the same 3.0 1MZ engine that was in the Toyota Solara.
In the next generation the Camry got an engine makeover and received the 2.4 lite 2AZ liter motor or the 3.3 liter engine that is used in the Toyota Avalon. Finally, in 2006-2011, the Camry received the largest engine ever, the 3.5 liter 2GR with a 6 speed automatic transmission. The 2.4 2AZ was still offered, but at a reduced price.
A well-maintained Toyota Camry engine can give you 150,000 miles, and some drivers have reported getting more than 200,000 miles from theirs. While diesel engines have been in limited availability, Camrys generally use gas engines, with some newer versions offering hybrid engines.
Locate Used Toyota Camry Engines at ASAP Motors
To begin receiving quotes on used Toyota Camry engines, just fill out our parts request form. Within minutes, you’ll start to get quotes from our network of reliable auto parts brokers.
Looking for a used Toyota Camry engine can be overwhelming sometimes. While the typical Camry engine can last for well over 100,000 miles, eventually you may need to get a new one due to mechanical failure. Using the ASAP Motors service, you can locate used Camry hybrid engines to replace your motor and get back out on the road quickly.
Used Toyota Camry Engines Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much will a replacement engine for my Toyota Camry cost?
A: The exact price of your used Toyota Camry engine will depend on the year and specific model you’re buying for. Different brokers also offer different price points. In general, our clients spend between $X and $X on used Toyota Camry engines.
Q: Will my used Toyota Camry engine come with a warranty?
A: Because ASAP Motors does not sell used engines directly, we cannot guarantee any kind of warranty. However, many of our used auto parts brokers do offer warranties, so you can ask about this in your shopping process. Make certain you have the proper paperwork if you secure a warranty.
Q: How have Toyota Camry engines changed over the years?
A: The earliest Camrys used small, 1.8 liter, 4 cylinder engines. During the 1980s and 1990s the engines grew to 2, 2.2, 2.5 and 3 liters. Some of the latest models’ engines are as large as 3.5 liters. While these larger engines are well received, it’s the smaller engines that drive Toyota Camry popularity, presumably due to affordability.
Q: How long will it take for my used Toyota Camry engine to arrive?
A: The exact shipping time will depend on the parts supplier you choose and how far the used engine has to travel. Typically, shipping for used engines can take between 1-3 business days.
Q: What type of payment methods are accepted for the purchase of a used engine?
A: Payment methods hinge on what you work out with the parts supplier who is offering the engine you need. Every seller in our network is verified as legitimate and has proven themselves trustworthy. We recommend that you pay through PayPal or by credit card for the utmost in security for your sensitive information.
Q: What data do I need to shop used Toyota Camry engines?
A: When buying a used engine online, you generally won’t be able to take the car to the seller to inspect things in person. It’s important to have the following information on hand for the most effective search process:
- Your vehicle’s make, model and year.
- The vehicle’s VIN.
- Whether you need a short block or long block.
- Your warranty requirements.
- Price limits.