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What is Under the Hood of My 06-11 Toyota Camry

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Hi, I’m Mike from 1A Auto. We’ve been selling auto parts for over 30 years!

So under the hood of this Camry here, this is the main fuse panel under the hood. This is the vehicle's ECU. These are the big connectors for it. These are the locks that hold them in place. You should never have to touch this so just leave that alone.

Brake fluid reservoir is here. This is the air box for the air filter, mass airflow meter. This is the battery. We have the air intake tube for the air box. This is just a silencer piece. It keeps the intake noise quiet. You've got your upper radiator hose coming off the engine going to your radiator over here. This is the lower radiator hose. This is the exhaust manifold, the catalytic converter.

Here's the alternator and beneath that is the AC compressor. Of course your drive belt. This vehicle has one main drive belt. It runs all the pulleys. The power steering pump is on the backside. It's hard to see. There's a tensioner pulley and of course the crank pulley from the engine that runs all the accessories.

This is the ABS module. Washer fluid tank. These are some of the air conditioning lines that run off the pump, compressor, coolant overflow reservoir, power steering reservoir. This is one of the upper engine mounts. In the backside of the engine towards the firewall is the intake manifold. This is where air box is going into the intake manifold because this is a 4 cylinder engine so the intake is on the back. The exhaust is on the front. Oil cap and oil dipstick. This is the front O2 sensor. It's sitting right here in the top of the exhaust manifold. That's pretty much everything under the hood of your Camry.

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