Toyota Camry hybrid 2007

Asked by Kinglock33 Aug 21, 2019 at 03:46 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a Toyota Camry hybrid 2007, it drives but it shut off
while driving, when it does that i usually turn off the car and
start it again it will start but drive for a while and then shut
off by on it own while driving, can someone indicate the
problem ? I have service the hybrid battery but still the car
haven't get better yet,

4 Answers


Its the Mass Air Flow Sensor..about $138.00

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Okay, thanks. I have checked online and the mass air sensor appears to be $35....

It due to fault in the Crankshaft position sensor.

So which one was it? Mass air flow sensor or the crankshaft position sensor? I have a 2009 Toyota Camry hybrid with check hybrid system and my car is shutting off while driving also. I know my hybrid battery needs to be replaced but I can afford to so I’ve looked into replacing the cells instead however I also have a code for check vsc system. Is this at all what kinglock33 was going through? I need help please

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