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Greetings from Toots in North Carolina! My wonderful 2007 Camry Hybrid died recently and was replaced by a 2019 Camry. I REALLY miss the compass feature in the review mirror. I feel it was extremely helpful when GPS wasn't available, and it made me a safer driver. Off-market versions exist (I am not the only person unhappy about this), but Toyota says that putting in a non-Toyota product will muck with the warranty. No surprise. I've asked about replacing it with an earlier Toyota mirror am awaiting a reply. Has anyone else done a replacement? Or has anyone installed any kind of app? Or a car compass (what kind?) Don't get me started on the absence of a CD player. I found a plug and play one!
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. http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t404/jkrueger2020/Forum%20Posts/Auto/IMG_20150509_170903_zpsook7zxga.jpg http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t404/jkrueger2020/Forum%20Posts/Auto/IMG_20150509_170516_zpshacp8ugk.jpg http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t404/jkrueger2020/Forum%20Posts/Auto/IMG_20150509_170526_zpsocatftuo.jpg
Has anyone had experience with fighting Extra Care when they deny a claim under the Extended Powertrain Warranty?? I was told by 2 mechanics that my water pump bearings failed and caused my drive belt to break, resulting in my engine overheating. However, Toyota Extra Care is saying it must have been my negligence regarding the engine overheat that caused any damage to any covered component. Although they have failed to state how I could have caused the engine to overheat, my presumption is they feel that the drive belt caused the whole problem. I have SEVERAL questions regarding this- including how my drive belt could have been deemed just FINE during a multi-point inspection 5 weeks prior to the incident. Also, I have been told that the Corolla/Matrix engine is infamous for premature water pump bearing failure. If anyone has experience with these things, or information on getting an ombudsman involved, I'd really appreciate the input!