Last post on Aug 16, 2013 at 4:23 PM
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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#152 of 153 Re: 2002 Camry XLE with 130K miles [tristan8]
Aug 16, 2013 (10:25 am)
Not sure what the light going on means.
I will say that one time a few years back the engine light went on and my brother figured it out that I had something weighty sitting on my passenger side -- which the car "sensed" and it wanted the seatbelt used!
Once I moved the object to the trunk, I was set to go again!
I have a 2002 XLE Toyota Camry with 97,000 miles and it has been an absolutely wonderful car!
All I have done to maintain it is put in new front brakes, new tires as needed, and lots of ROUTINE oil changes.
I am going to have to have something done with a wheelbearing this fall, and they have advised me ahead so we can budget accordingly (but who can complain about something like that for a vehicle this age/mileage?)
It has no rust whatsoever on the finish.
I would love to be optimistic and think we can get 130,000 out of our car, too.
#153 of 153 Re: 2002 Camry XLE with 130K miles [camry002]
Aug 16, 2013 (4:23 pm)
I am the 4th owner of the car. No idea how previous owners maintained the car. TO me, I always used the best oil and best gas.
I called the mechanic again, and he said his quote includes only OEM part. The Toyota original one will cost $1400 for front cat converter. I called a recommended dealer later, which confirmed the price for the original one.
I did not replace it today anyway. The light is off now and I wait to see how soon it will come back again:)