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  1. I have a 16 Camry xse and wanting to lower it just a little bit. Wondering if anyone here has done a leveling kit and what brand they used. Also wouldn’t mind upgrading the rims to 18’s or 19’s and not sure if I would have any figment problems.
  2. Hi all. I just took possession of a beautiful '07 Camry XLE 4 cylinder. It came with what I'm sure at the time it was built was considered state of the art technology: An integrated AM/FM/CD changer/Bluetooth phone/Navigation system. JBL. Sounds great, frankly. But my owner's manual references a different unit entirely. Keeps referring to an "Audio Control Knob" and there's no such animal on my radio. Illustrations don't match up either. I found a separate manual online but to my disappointment it too referenced a different unit. Despite its lack of intuitive design I've managed to figure out how to program the steering wheel controls so that I can turn the unit off and on, control volume, and move from one station to the next (but not to my presets, unfortunately) and also from one track to the next on a CD or when I'm using Bluetooth to stream from my iPhone. My problem is with the phone. I can pair my phone (iPhone 7 originally and now an iPhone 8) to the Bluetooth just fine, and although the link occasionally drops out, I can do "Hey Siri" and place an outgoing call. The person I call hears me through the roof mounted mic, and I hear them through the car's audio system loud and clear. But when I receive an incoming call things get weird. Instead of hearing my phone's ringtone, the car's audio system produces a loud ring like an old fashioned telephone. And no matter how I answer it.....whether by tapping on my phone's screen, tapping on the audio system's screen, or using the steering wheel controls, the connection to the caller is made, but I only hear them through my phone and not the car's audio system. And yes, I make sure to check the iPhone's screen to be sure the call is being routed through the car's bluetooth and not the phone. Basically I'm looking for a way to bypass the car's out-of-date integrated phone system and just use my iPhone 8. Here's a pic of the unit in question: If anybody can help me I'd be truly grateful. I hate the thought of having to spend hundreds of dollars for a new double din unit and installation simply to gain that one capability, but being able to make and receive phone calls hands free is of utmost importance to my job and my personal life.
  3. California car, clean inside and out, and under the hood. Seller says needs 'hydraulic pump' (?) (power steering) replaced, and is taking 300 off price. 178000 miles, no major problems in the eight years she has had it. Says everything works. Are Camrys prone to major problems or repairs? Will I need to replace timing belt, head gasket, ... soon or in a year or 2? any response will help me to negotiate price and will be much appreciated... regards ddnorm
  4. 2015 Camry XSE V6 with 12,000kms. The original owner, I have heard this sound for the last 4,000 kms or so. I have some pretty definite noises (groans) coming from the front end most pronounced when backing slowly and cranking the wheel right or left. Persons outside the car can hear it as well. 1st trip to the dealer, they heard it but could not identify it. The 2nd trip they figured it was the front struts. They were ordered (warranty) and eventually replaced but the noise continues. The noise is getting more pronounced. The dealer service shop couldn`t duplicate on other Camry models until they tried a 2016 XSE V6 with only 10 kms. It already made a similar sound. My service report says` sounds the same as a similar model`. I didn`t accept that and spoke with the service manager. They say they have contacted Toyota Canada to see if there are similar complaints but it does appear to be something relating to differences with the XSE front suspension.
  5. here is my new car, enjoy the pics!
  6. 2016 TOYOTA CAMRY HYBRID REVIEW: THE LONG-AWAITED AND MOST LOVED SEDAN! The powertrain of the 2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid is gonna be built around a 4-cyl, 2.5-lit gasoline engine, capable of up to 178 HP; plus, there will be an electric motor, and a battery pack. Now, with the combined might of gas and electric, the 2016 Hybrid Camry is capable to achieve even more Horsepower – around 200. That allows it to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 7.6 seconds. Furthermore, the fuel-efficiency is also great. Article
  7. Hey Guys, A while ago, I was trying to close my sunroof on my 02 Avalon and it would only go between halfway or until right before should close. Once it got to that position, it would reverse directions and open again. I had to push it for the end part to close it. I checked the tracks and there wasn't anything visibly obstructing the path. It could probably use a little grease but still... Any suggestions?
  8. I recently purchased a 2014.5 Camry XLE. I am having issues with the iPod Classic playing in the audio system. I connected the iPod Classic to the USB in the dash and it played one song before I shut the car off. When I started the car, the iPod was frozen and would not work. I t would not charge, even at home in the wall outlet. I connected to iTunes and was able to restart the iPod and reload all the music. Yesterday I put the iPod back in the Camry and it worked for a while. I shut off and started the car numerous times with no problems. on the 17th song I started the car and it froze up again. When this happens, on the main menu, it does not show and iPod being connected. Is this a known problem, and if so, what is my fix? Thanks. Harley1098
  9. NAME: Jonathan EMAIL: PM me through this forum LOCATION: Greenville, SC PAYMENT PREFERENCE: Certified Check ITEM: 2011 Toyota Camry SE V6 PRICE: $18,999 DESCRIPTION (CAR, YEAR, OTHER): Excellent Condition PIC: Excellent condition and Smoke Free Toyota extended warranty to 100,000 miles ($2,000 value!) 3.5 V6 Automatic - 29 MPG Hwy Preferred Package - auto dimming mirror, compass, home link garage door opener, etc. Keyless entry Push button start Air conditioning Power windows and locks Cruise control Premium JBL Sound with MP3 player, 6 CD changer, and satellite radio Bluetooth hands free calling Dual power seats Heather leather seats Moon roof Rear spoiler Alloy wheels All maintenance has been performed at Toyota dealerships. Fluids were flushed last September. Mobile 1 Full Synthetic oil is always used for oil changes.
  10. I have a 93 Camry LE 2.2 AT with 415k on the original engine and trans-axle. Neither has been rebuilt or seriously repaired aside from normal gasket replacements. Hard to believe? Yes. And i wouldn't have believed it either but I have lived it. I just keep doing the maintenance and it keeps going. Anybody else in the "High Mileage club?" Here's a pic of the odo at 400k
  11. Hi, I'm a newbie with cars and am considering buying my first car - a 1984 Toyota Camry. I know the owner and can trust him with the maintenance. I'm a student and he's selling it for a price under my budget (1900$), plus it's got only 83,000 miles on it. So the deal kinda looks good to me. However, thought I'd confirm and get some tips from the experts (especially those of you who're actually using a 1980s car as a daily ride). I only intend to take it to and from work (which is a ten min. ride from home). Any suggestions on whether to go ahead with it? What problems am I supposed to expect with such an old car (I don't want to end up spending more on it for repairs than what I bought it for!)? Is it worth 1900$ or should I try to get the price down further? Thanks!
  12. We have a LARGE selection of brand-new 1993 Toyota Camry Station Wagon parts. These are brand new, all in Toyota packaging. Parts include body, suspension, engine, interior, drive-line, wheels (5), lights, hup caps(8), struts(all four corners complete), brakes, radiators(3), glass (front, rear, side), hood, quarter panels, fenders, etc, etc. Wholesale value for these parts $30,713.62. We will sell these parts, as a lot, at greatly reduced prices. We'd like to $1.00 for every $10 of value. $3,071.36 or a best offer. Parts are located in SE Pennsylvania. You'll need a box truck to pick up everything. Please contact Barb at 610-323-7108 or for complete list with original prices and pictures.
  13. Hello Everyone, Am selling 1992 Toyota Camry V6 XLE. Very clean no rust or body work needed, just new paint, Car is located in San Mateo, CA 94404 Description can be found in craigslist Please contact me through craigslist. $3500 OBO (please make offers after inspection/test drive) This is a 1992 Toyota Camry v6 XLE Sedan 4 Speed Automatic VIN JT2VXK13E4N0013606 Ice Blue Pearl over Dark Blue Leather It currently has 148,2XX miles on the odometer Sliky smooth ultra reliable 3.0L Toyota V6 (3VZ-FE) Runs on regular gas 18 City/25 Highway One owner since new. Has lived entire life in the SF Bay Area Garaged about half of its life. No rust, ultra straight body. CLEAN CARFAX, no salvage title, no accidents certified one owner! ALWAYS PASSES SMOG Tags good until October 2013 Original Window Sticker! Non-smoker car Many receipts of major maintenance completed in past decade All power functions work AC Blows Ice Cold Tires are at about 50% tread remaining No curb rash on aluminum rims All body panel VIN stickers intact Cosmetic issues: No rust but will need new paint job (unless you like the matte look); body is very straight Driver's seat leather is worn out. Seat cover is presently on Steering wheel leather is faded, all stiching is intact but steering wheel cover presently on it. Mechanical issues Plastic clip on mechanism that allows you to open trunk with key is broken off. Part is probably around $40 at salvage yard. Can only open trunk with release inside car next to driver seat. Electrical issues None known, radio, power windows, lights all work. No check engine or airbag lights. Stereo and power antenna work great. I have radio code. $3500 or next best reasonable offer Great cheap transportation. A very clean honest car. Fully loaded, top of the line Camry for its day. Still a very nice and frugal driver. One of the last of the all Japanese Toyota Camrys. Please have money in hand before scheduling a test drive Cash only, no trades Valid drivers license and proof of insurance required for test drive Title in hand ready to go. No dealers please. Can send more pics and scans of recent carfax and monroney sticker.
  14. I have a camry 1990 wagon 2.0L L4 doesn't seem to have to have the power in first or second (automatic trans)IF I PUNCH IT PASSING GEAR KICKS IN NO PROBLEM changed plugs, wires, rotor AND cap... any suggestions going to put new fuel filter Could it be tps, fuel pump or injectors any help would be great
  15. I have a New in the Box, Bosal Catalytic Converter PN 099-5701 fits a 97-2001 Camry, a 99-2001 Solara, and possibly others, (check PN), with the 2.2L L4 Gas DOHC SFI Electronic FI MFI engine. The list price is something around $549.00, and I'm selling it for only $175, just to be rid of it, and that includes both mounting gaskets (new). This is 100% new in the box. I inadvertently ordered the wrong PN, and got stuck with it. My Loss is your gain! I'd prefer local pickup in the Philadelphia area, but I will consider shipping at buyers expense.
  16. I have a 1994 Camry wagon with 300450 miles. Still runs great. I drive it every day, literally. No leaks, just a little rust. Anyone out here with an "old girl" like mine?