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#289 of 1027 More details on the 2010 Camry
Jul 29, 2009 (5:57 am)
The 2.5 4 cyl. has a timing chain not a belt.
There is no (easy) owner/operator way to check or fill the automatic transmission fluid - no dipstick. Apparently you have to gain access to fluid through some inspection point on the transmission. They said all Toyotas are built this way now.
Don't forget to get your splash guards in your deal - (like I did!) Never thought about it until I picked the car up.
Jul 29, 2009 (8:25 am)
Does anyone know how manu cubic inches the Camry LE 4 Cylinder 2010 is? My insurance company is asking and I've searching the web and even the toyota website but not able to find this information.
#291 of 1027 Re: Engine Size [chris789]
Jul 29, 2009 (8:42 am)
The toyota website tells you the # liters of both the 4 cylinder, and 6 cylinder engine. Convert liters to cubic inches, and you have your answer. Liters is a volume (metric), and cubic inches is a volume.
#292 of 1027 Re: More details on the 2010 Camry [doidoadiesel]
Jul 29, 2009 (10:41 am)
There is no way to check the Auto Transmission fluid? How does one check the level or condition of the fluid?
#293 of 1027 Re: More details on the 2010 Camry [saidiadude]
Jul 29, 2009 (12:29 pm)
My 2004 Ford is that way as well. No transmission dipstick or filler up in the engine compartment. And I know that the vehicle engine and transmission have to be cold when they do anything with the fluid. The fill procedure requires a certain temperature, so that the right fluid level is obtained.
#294 of 1027 Gas Indicator
Jul 29, 2009 (4:22 pm)
I just got a new Camry 2010 and the dealer filled up the tank and I saw the gas level as being full. The indicator is almost to the half way mark and I haven't even gone 200 miles. For a tank that holds 18 gallons thats going to give me approx 22 mpg. I was hoping I would get better gas mileage. Does the 2nd half of the gauge go down slower?
#295 of 1027 V6/V4 reliability in Camry
Jul 30, 2009 (9:42 am)
I read extensive articles on Wards website, you know the one that puts out the Wards 10 Best Engines lists; if you want a well made/reliable V4 your better off going with a toyota because their 4 cylinders are supposed to be top notch; the V6's on the other hand are not; if you really want a reliable V6 engine your better off getting a nissan; the V6 engines in the altima and maxima have been on Wards list for many years now and are considered supper reliable!! it all depends really if you want a 4 or 6 cylinder; the 6 cylinder nissan's are actually more reliable than there V4 counterparts; I'm making a overall generalization based on everything I've read; thats not to say a few people won't have a problem with a nissan V6 or many people won't have a problem with a toyota V6
#296 of 1027 Re: V6/V4 reliability in Camry [smarty666]
Jul 30, 2009 (10:56 am)
Reliable, Toyota, and V4 don't go together in the same sentence.
Saab used to have an early 70's vintage V4, right when they shifted from 2 cycle to 4 cycle....and that certainly wasn't reliable. Most everything else 4 cylinder currently produced, is I think an inline i4.
#297 of 1027 Bluetooth contacts - adding name
Aug 01, 2009 (10:37 am)
I just bought a 2010 toyota camry and I added contacts to the system by voice, but when one of my friends call, the display on my radio shows the number and "unknown caller."
My question is: How do I add a name so that my contacts name shows up on the display?
#298 of 1027 Re: Bluetooth contacts - adding name [acefan42]
Aug 01, 2009 (11:59 am)
If the calling party has opted out of the caller id program your phone doesn't recieve the calling number.