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Toyota Camry, Auto Repair, Sedan
#12 of 41 Re: 2001 Toyota Camry LE's owner manual [uhari]
Jul 17, 2006 (9:14 pm)
If it was a Toyota (dealer) certified vehicle, couldn't you just ask the dealer to get you one (for free)? After all, the car was sold as certified.
If I misunderstood, and the dealer is not associated with Toyota, then it's not really a "certified" car. The easiest way to find a manual is to look for it on eBay.
#13 of 41 Re: 2001 Toyota Camry LE's owner manual [210delray]
Jul 17, 2006 (9:30 pm)
I will ask the dealer. The dealer is with Toyota. I did not know that
#15 of 41 Lexus ES 330 cabin a/c filter replacement
Nov 25, 2006 (4:46 am)
Anyone got some advice on this? I need to change the filter, but the dealer repair cost is outrageous. I'm told you have to remove the glove compartment drawer. Can anyone help out here? I don't mind doing the work, they said it only take about an hour. I just don't want to pay the huge dollars the dealer wants to charge.
#16 of 41 Re: Lexus ES 330 cabin a/c filter replacement [mrieger]
Nov 25, 2006 (4:28 pm)
The Camry and Prius both explain the procedure in the owner's manual. The ES 330 should have the same explanation. The filter is housed behind the glove compartment, as you state.
The actual time to change it is no more than 15 minutes, if you don't get hung up with trying to get the glove comp. door back on and/or moving any wiring out of the way to better access the filter.
Dec 26, 2006 (11:38 am)
can anyone tell me if the rotors come off separately from the axel on a 2002 camry (front end)? thank you
#18 of 41 Transmission gear marker does not lit up, how to fix it?
Dec 28, 2006 (7:44 pm)
I recently noticed that those transmission gear marker did not lit up when I switch on the lights on my 97 Camry. I checked the owner's manual and did not find any chapter addressed this problem. Anybody had such experience before and know how to fix it?
#19 of 41 Toyota Repair Manuals-Comment
Dec 31, 2006 (4:50 pm)
I have an 05 LE I4 and an 03 4R V8 Ltd. I bought the "Toyota" Repair manual for the 4R and it is a little difficult to use and does not give helpful hints. I had a Caddy STS once upon a time and bought a Cadillac Repair manual for it and it contained lots of helpful hints and cautions and warnings and was easy to follow and easy to find the right page quickly. The Caddy manual also had a full detailed description at the beginning of each chapter on the parts explained (in engine, tranny etc). I want a Camry manual now and will probably go with the Toyota manual because it is model specific.
#20 of 41 Re: Toyota Repair Manuals-Comment [jollygreen1]
Dec 31, 2006 (8:43 pm)
If you search around the internet a little bit, you should be able to locate some Camry manual samples, which you could review to see if they contain the details that you are looking for before ordering from Toyota.
#21 of 41 how do I change the gear shift bulb
Jun 05, 2007 (8:10 am)
Its a 2002 Camry...the indicator light (P, R, D etc) blew out...how do I replace it. Thanks.