P0171 P0174 P2195 P2197 – Toyota
Some 2005-06 Camry’s and Solaras may set any or all of these codes: P0171 P0174 P2195 P2197
P0171 (System Too Lean [Bank 1]), P0174 (System Too Lean [Bank 2]), P2195 (Oxygen [A/F] Sensor Signal Stuck Lean [Bank 1, Sensor 1]), P2197 (Oxygen [A/F] Sensor Signal Stuck Lean [Bank 2, Sensor 1]). The problem has been traced to a faulty Air Fuel (A/F) sensor.
If you have these codes, check your VIN code first because the problem covered by this TSB (#EG061-05)was corrected AFTER these VINS codes.
If you own a Camry with the 2AZ–FE engine, and your vehicle VIN is lower than JTDBE3#K#63048439, 4T1BE3#K#6U117608, or 4T1BE3#K#6U672386 then this TSB applies to you. If you own a Camry with the 1MZ FE engine and your VIN is lower than 4T1BF3#K#6U114144, or 4T1BF3#K#6U625167, then this TSB applies to you. If you own a Camry with the 3MZ FE engine and your VIN is lower than 4T1BA3#K#6U510428, or 4T1BA3#K#6U086954 then this TSB applies to you. If you own a Solara with the 2AZ—FE engine and your VIN is lower than 4T1CE3#P#6U671826 or 3MZ—FE engine and your VIN is lower than 4T1FA3#P#6U085959 then this TSB applies to you.
If you determine that your vehicle is included in this TSB, then replace the A/F sensor indicated by the trouble code with an updated part.
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