Toyota Camry SV21 Free Downloadable PDF Repair Manuals & Service Manuals

Model Years: 1988 to 1991
Chassis Code: SV21

In 1987, Toyota Australia began producing these second-generation Camrys in Port Melbourne, Victoria... View More Info 1 Workshop Manual Available (See Below)

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Toyota Camry SV21 Factory Workshop Manual

Factory Service Manual for Toyota Camry SV21 models. Contains specifications, repair and maintenance information.


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In 1987, Toyota Australia began producing these second-generation Camrys in Port Melbourne, Victoria. In fact, it was the first Camry ever made outside of Japan.



A 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 64 kilowatts (86 hp) was standard on the base model, while a twin-cam, multi-valve 2.0-liter straight-four engine and five-speed manual transmission was available on all others.



A four-speed overdrive automatic was made optional. All models bar the Ultima had a two-barrel carburettor version of the engine (3S-FC) the Ultima featured an electronic fuel-injected (EFI) version of the same (3S-FE).



The base engine produced 82 kilowatts (110 hp) and 166 newton metres (122 lb/ft) of torque, with 88 kilowatts (118 hp) and 171 newton metres (126 ft/lb) for the EFI version. In 1988, a 2.5-liter V6 was introduced. The V6 sat the very top of the range, and was the only model to be imported from Japan.



Due to its positioning in the line-up, and the high import duty it attracted, it was very expensive (almost $30,000 AUD), and only sold in small numbers. In 1989, the 1.8-liter engine was dropped, and was replaced with the 2.0-liter carburettor engine, until early 1991, when the EFI version of was made standard. This was the result of the introduction of more stringent emission standards in Australia.

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