Last post on Nov 09, 2013 at 5:09 AM
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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#5624 of 5646 2007 Toyota Camry good so far
Aug 30, 2012 (4:53 pm)
I have 74k on my 07 camry I4 with moonroof package . Oil changed every 5k. Had 1 failure. the car seat motor stopped working at 34k miles. fixed under warranty.At 73k needed new rotors and brakes. i have a tow hitch and it has towed some heavy weights a few times and around 1000 pounds for extended time.
Cannot believe the brakes lasted so long. Mine i was the first batch after the hesitation fix , i made sure of it in 07 . great car and many more miles to go.It has become the older vehicle in the family and sees limited usage as my winter commuter when its too cold for the motorcycle. But 4 yrs it carried our family everyday and was our primary vehicle.
#5625 of 5646 interior dome light
Aug 30, 2012 (8:44 pm)
HI I have a 2007 Camry v-6 SE with moonroof. Today I noticed my dome lights in the ceiling in front of moonroof are diming an orange maybe a touch of blue/white. At first I thought it was a reflection, It;s like a glowing sensation. I've checked all switches. The lights work fine when switched to on.
Does anyone know what can be causing this diming glowing.
#5626 of 5646 Re: 07 camry 4cyl engine vibration [blueeyes3151]
Sep 02, 2012 (2:42 pm)
I was having the vibration allso with 70000 miles and it started about a year ago. The dealer keep telling me it was normal for the vibration. I took it to another dealer and he found that the airflow senser was dirty and cleamed it and reset the computor to factory and the vibration went away. Who ever has this problem might have the dealer to check it out. I was also told that you should get an engine check light which I never got.
Sep 10, 2012 (7:59 pm)
Can anyone suggest a good brand rotor and pads that would work on the 2007 v-6 SE Camry. I'm on a budget bit don't want to buy cheap quality.
Also has anyone done there own brakes and found any problems with aditional shims that are requrured?
Thanks for any insight you may have, chuck
Jan 22, 2013 (8:37 pm)
I have a 2007 V-6 Camry. I noticed recently wipers were moving very slow. Weather has gotten cold in Chicago. Today Battery light came on. Made it home turned off car and car wont restart.. Just a click...
Took battery to auto zone battery tested good ( meaning cells good) but needs charge.
Auto zone is charging the battery for me and I will pick up tomorrow.
It's seems it might be an alternator problem.
If anyone has any insight on this matter it would be much appreciated.
Thank you, chuck
#5629 of 5646 Check VSC System C1391 (2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid)
May 26, 2013 (1:31 pm)
My dash lit up like a Christmas tree about 9 am this morning. I was arriving to cook a brunch for some folks, so I just had to pull in and continue doing my thing. Afterwards I opened the manual to see what all this meant. (Stop the car!!! call Toyota and so on) Well it is Sunday on a holiday weekend. There is an autozone I my way home. They were open so I asked them to plug in the computer diagnostics thing. (by the way they do this for free, no purchase necessary, so do save yourself 100.00!) So, up came C1391, abnormal leak in accumulator.
So soon at home I go on line to investigate, uh oh!!! I am not the only one here!! Now this is the begining stages for me and after reading through forums, not looking gook. In the mean time for those of you dealing with this and from what I understand shelling out major dollars. This is for you...
http://www.checkvscsystem.com (post your story and issue)
Complaints, concerns and issues need to be directed to this site
After reading several posts, I do believe we have a problem here. Please check into this if you are having this same issue. It seems to be quite apparent. God speed to all
#5630 of 5646 2007 Camry water pump leakage.
Jun 01, 2013 (6:57 pm)
64000 miles water pump failed and gave to dealer for repair. While I was in dealer talked to few Toyota users and many of them had same problem.
Called Toyota USA and they are not accepting any design issues with water pump.
#5631 of 5646 Re: 2007 Camry water pump leakage. [leotsk]
Jun 01, 2013 (7:58 pm)
How much did the dealer charge you for the repair?
Is this a v-6?
What was the symptoms when pump failed?
I have a 07 v-6 with 71,000 miles. I have had numerous problems with my Camry including alternator but water pump still ok for now.
Toyota should back these water pumps with a better warranty. I have never opened a car where pump fails with the mileage you have.
I hope you can get resolve through the dealership or get it fixed through a outside shop that would do it cheaper.
#5632 of 5646 Re: 2007 Camry water pump leakage. [chuck28]
Jun 01, 2013 (8:51 pm)
I also have a 2007 Camry 4cly CE that had a failed water pump (slight leak) at 74,000mi. At that time, the dealer deemed that it was not a substantial enough leak although there's some splash of red stuff at the insulator underneath the hood (they want to see an actual drip to replace it) so good thing we had the 100,000 service warranty. Brought it to a different shop and had them replace the water pump with a toyota oem pump. 140,000mi now and have no leaks so far (knock on wood).
#5633 of 5646 Re: 2007 Camry water pump leakage. [leotsk]
Jun 23, 2013 (7:37 pm)
I had a 2007 Camry that I bought new, 4 cylinder. The water pump had to be replaced at 40,000 miles.