How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor on a Toyota Avalon?

Answer When an oxygen sensor fails on your Toyota Avalon, the gas mileage of your car will noticeably decline. The Avalon oxygen sensor regulates the amount of fuel your car burns, and when it fails your ... Read More »

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When do you replace the oxygen sensor on a 1996 Toyota Avalon?

You should replace your 1996 Toyota Avalon's oxygen sensor every 100,000 to 125,000 miles. If your car's Check Engine light comes on, however, this may be a sign that your oxygen sensor needs earli... Read More »

How to Replace the Air Mass Sensor in the 2000 Toyota Avalon?

The mass air flow (MAF) sensor, also know as the MAF meter, in your Toyota Avalon is an electrically powered device that communicates with the car's computer to regulate the amount of air that mixe... Read More »

How to Replace an Air Flow Sensor on a 2000 Toyota Avalon?

Under the hood and attached to the engine of your 2000 Toyota Avalon lies a device responsible for measuring the amount of air that enters the combustion chamber. This device is known as the mass a... Read More »

How Do You Replace a Toyota Avalon's Transmission Speed Sensor?

The transmission speed sensor (also called a vehicle speed sensor) in your Toyota Avalon supplies a signal to the vehicle's computer; the signal allows the computer to drive the speedometer, as wel... Read More »