Last post on Feb 05, 2012 at 7:59 AM
You are in the Toyota Solara
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Toyota Camry Solara, Coupe, Convertible
#17 of 21 Re: 2008 Solara Camry - New [buppers]
Sep 12, 2009 (10:22 pm)
Right. I see that now. Thanks for clarification on posters. Yes the advice is sound. Start very loooow and take it slooow. It took me a month to negotiate the deal for my 08.
#18 of 21 2004 Toyota Solara Suspension
Nov 19, 2009 (9:15 pm)
I bought my beloved Solara in Houston the day of the Super Bowl was hosted there...in 2004. I was so excited!
It now has over 110000 faithful miles and I enjoy driving it just as much as the day I drove it off the lot.
My wife just bought a Highlander though I have become aware of the flat or fading suspension in my Solara. All good things must come to an end and the newness of my Solara has now faded into the shadow of her Highlander.
I wish to pass this car onto my son in 3 years and wish to invest in the parts necessary to keep it driving like new (if that is possible).
Where can I get good/reliable or better than the original suspension parts and who can I trust to complete the repair?
#19 of 21 RAIN DEFLECTORS 05 SOLARA
Dec 16, 2009 (9:07 am)
Bought an 05 Solara Coupe in October. Never hard a car without rain deflectors for the windows. I work at a Chevy dealer. Toyota says they don't make them, AutoZone, NAPA, Ebay, Craigslist, obscure parts stores, we have tried EVERYWHERE and can't find anything. Please help!!! Is there any place that will make them custom if need be? Or ones for another car that will fit okay?
I'm sick of my wet arm!
#20 of 21 Replacement wheel
Jan 28, 2012 (9:09 am)
I have to replace an out of round wheel on my `06 Solara. I'd welcome any advice. I was quoted $575 from my Toyota dealer and $375 from our local Goodyear dealer who said he can sell me a grade 9 from a junkyard for that price.
I'm not keen on a tire that could be a cheap-screw knock-off. Quality /safety is my primary interest. Clearly, I don't know enough about this subject. If I go with an aftermarket wheel how do I make certain I'm getting top quality?
Thanks in advance,
#21 of 21 Re: toyota solara remote start [toyotasolaragm]
Feb 05, 2012 (7:59 am)
i have 2006 solara 3.3 6 cyl. i had a remote start installed 3 yrs ago and have no issue at all. All factory locks and lights work as original. also the remote trunk release works perfect.