Last post on Feb 25, 2013 at 9:28 PM
You are in the Toyota Camry Hybrid
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Toyota Camry, Hybrid Cars
#3178 of 3214 Pulse What ?
Mar 01, 2010 (11:42 am)
Pulse width modulation ?
I have heard of pulse position modulation. It's used in unusual communication systems. I actually designed a PPM for an X-ray Communications System.
I have never heard of Pulse width modulation. It sounds made up. I would ask them to fix it.
Call their bluff. Tell them if they can't fix it, you want it declared a lemon, because the mechanic said it has "pulse width modulation" which makes it stutter all the time.
#3179 of 3214 Re: Stuttering Acceleration. [accel10]
Oct 04, 2010 (11:51 am)
I have the same issue on an '11 TCH I picked up Friday..
No stuttering if gas is applied very lightly.Said to be normal.
Any follow up on your issue?
#3180 of 3214 Audio Screen on Navigation
Oct 04, 2010 (2:38 pm)
I need to have the audio screen on my 2011 Camry-Hybrid stay active on my navigation screen instead of reverting back to the maps after a few seconds. Any ideas on how to increase the viewing time on the screen?
#3182 of 3214 changing Windshield wipers
Jan 05, 2012 (4:58 am)
I put 5 year lasting silicon windshield wipers on my TCH. I bought them from Amaazon. To
change wipers, pull on the small tab at where the wipers connect with the arm.
I hope this helps.
#3184 of 3214 2008 Camry Hybrid A/C Font light blinking
Sep 25, 2012 (4:00 am)
2008 Camry Hybrid A/C Front light blinking
The light on the Front button on my A/C unit blinks yellow for a minute or two when I turn on the vehicle. While it's blinking I can't do anything with the controls on the A/C unit.
Once the lights quits blinking, the A/C unit always shows the temperature is set to 75 and the fan is off but I can then control the unit completely and it works fine. This has been going on for about a week.
#3185 of 3214 Re: changing Windshield wipers [pat85]
Oct 07, 2012 (8:13 am)
I've replaced the wipers on my Toyota's and most all the other (36 and counting) cars I've ever owned at least once a year.
I drove 36,000+ miles a year (a lot of highway), and I can't get by with wipers that don't work.
I too, tried the nice silicone wiper blades, and they were ok, but not much if any better. Road grime, slush and other shit on the window is just more then wipers can take over the long haul.
I drive New England mostly, but to Florida and points in-between several times a year and I just can't get more then a year out my wiper blades.
#3187 of 3214 Outrageous repair cost for Camry Hybrid
Aug 22, 2012 (1:18 pm)
On 6/29/2012 I had a small auto accident. I waited in line for a traffic light. There was a Lexus SUV at my left side. When light turned green, the SUV tried to change to right lane and hit my car at the left front panel right in front of front tire. The speed was no more than 10MPH.
The SUV did not even have a scratch. But my Camry front side panel was dented in and the front bumper was push apart for about 1-2 inches forward. Lucky, the lamp on top of the bumper was not damaged. The insurance settle quickly and I sent the car to a dealer body shop. The initial claim was $2032. Body shop added another $400+ for additional small parts. So it went to $2460.
Two weeks later, the car was sent to Toyota dealer for additional repair, the cost jumped to $7600. The dealer said, the electrical parts also need to be replaced.
The car was in the dealership for more than a month. I just pick up the car. And the total cost to repair came to an astonishing number - $13,884.29.
This is a typical everyday accident. The body shop said, because it is Hybrid. So, a small, minor accident can become a ridiculous, outrageous price.
Are you dare to drive this car?