The Toyota Camry is a mid-size car, formerly a compact car manufactured by Toyota since 1980. Originally launched as the Toyota Celica Camry in January 1980 for the Japanese home market, this model was essentially a second-generation Toyota Carina with updated body-styling and a front-end that resembled a 1978 Toyota Celica XX, known as the Celica Supra in export markets. Since then there has been seven generation of Camry being launched to the market, First generation (V10) in 1982 to 1986, Second generation (V20) in 1986 to 1990, Third generation (V30) in 1990 to 1994, Fourth generation (V40) in 1994 to 1998, Fifth generation (XV20) in 1996 to 2001 and Sixth generation (XV30) in 2002 to 2006, and the Seventh generation (XV40) in 2007 to present.
The following Electrical System and Schematics Diagram apply for Toyota Camry ES300 MK3 1992 – 2996 model year. Here you will find detail body electrical system of the vehicle along with schematics and harness diagram illustration including power source, ignition switch, lighting system, wiper and washer system, combination meter, defogger system, power window control diagram, sliding roof, power seat control circuit, audio system, and cruise control diagram.