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Toyota Camry, Toyota Camry Solara, Oil, Sedan
#397 of 678 Re: 2003 Camry timing belt [stlpike07]
Aug 27, 2007 (5:44 pm)
The service manager said something that piqued my interest and so I looked at the engine ID number and it turns out that the 4 banger I have is the "2AZ-FE" engine with a timing chain and the Toyota website does state to change the timing belt on the "1MZ-FE" engine only which is the 6 cylinder engine. So, technically speaking the website is not incorrect, just a little vague.
All the more reason to own a Toy!
Aug 29, 2007 (6:52 am)
The coolant the dealer sold me for both my 2002 Sienna and 2004 Camry says "Toyota Long Life Coolant". It is red.
Is this the stuff that is supposed to work for 10 years or 100,000 miles in my Camry before replacing? It also appears to not be pre-mixed, becuase it talks about mixing on the bottle, but I guess that's not a given.
#403 of 678 Re: Toyota Coolant [bostonoriole]
Aug 29, 2007 (6:41 pm)
I'd check with someone knowledgeable at the dealership to make sure it's the real deal -- good for 100K miles. Also read the label carefully.
The label should clearly indicate if it's full-strength or requires dilution with water. It sounds like you have the full-strength type.
#404 of 678 Re: Toyota Coolant [210delray]
Aug 30, 2007 (4:15 am)
thanks again 210delray.
#405 of 678 Coolant, washer fluid and air filters
Sep 05, 2007 (10:55 am)
I have 2005 camry.
How many air filters does this camry has?
Is Cabin air filter is same as AC filter located behind the glove box?
How often do I have to clean/replace the cabin and engine air filters?
Now windshielf washer fluid and coolant fluid is at its low level. What kind of fluids should I add into that? toyota only fluids or any thing?
For coolant do I have to mix it with water in 1:1 ratio and if yes then distill water from supermarket should be ok?
What about windwasher fluid? Distill water should be fine?
#406 of 678 Headlights Won't Cut Off Automatically
Sep 07, 2007 (8:38 pm)
I have a 03 Camry LE. One time I forgot to turn my headlights off almost drained my battery. I looked at the manual it says the headlight will cut off itself after you lock the door for 30 seconds. I tried several times like press the lock key on the remote control twice, but it never worked. Is the cut off system failed on my car or I need to program it.
Thanks for all the suggestions and advices