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Toyota Camry repairs by problem area

Engine (35%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (7%)

Brakes and Traction Control (12%)

Suspension and Steering (15%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (17%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (10%)

Other (5%)

Chart based on 1970 repairs.

Toyota Camry engine repair cost distribution

$2500+ (4%)

$1000 - $2499 (12%)

$500 - $999 (23%)

$100 - $499 (49%)

< $100 (12%)

Chart based on 397 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

2016 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

178-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

6000 mi Noise possibly coming from exhaust system. A small plate had shifted and it was corrected very simply. Cause unknown. 

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2015 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

178-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

14000 mi Gas cap needed cleaned. Caused check engine light to come on. Gas cap cleaned check engine light went off 

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2014 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

178-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

17000 mi Check engine light came on...Took to dealer...Dealer said owner did not put fuel cap on tight...Cleared code out of ECU and reset... 
12700 mi Car stuttered on hard acceleration. Replaced bad fuel injector. 
15000 mi Check engine, ABS, VSC lights on, car stutters at idle and jerks while accelerating. Harder acceleration has check engine light flashing while accelerating. Replaced the ignition coil and engine wiring harness. 

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2013 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

178-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

Faulty Charcoal Canister replacement 

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2013 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

156-horsepower 2.5L I4 Hybrid CVT FWD

21000 mi I had an occasional incident of rough transition starting and stopping the gasoline engine and one incident of delayed kick-in of the gasoline engine on acceleration. 

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2012 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

Camry was a hybrid. Car was dead on the lot before first test drive, dead in the driveway two consecutive mornings after purchase. Problem turned out to be a catastrophic inverter issue that was draining the low-voltage battery. 

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2012 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

50000 mi

US $150
airbox vacuum hose broke off and needed to be reattached. Gluing it on did not work, ordered Airbox cap and reattached. 
90000 mi

US $3000
at the 90k mile check up at the dealership it was discovered that I have a timing cover leak. Dealer estimated $4000 for this. I ended up bringing it to an independent mechanic who fixed it for $3000. Very disappointing. 
27660 mi Oil leak from faulty pan gasket. Gasket replaced on earlier visit but leak returned. Second time pan and gasket replaced. 

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2012 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

178-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

48000 mi

US $151
The key was stuck in the ignition. It would slide about 1/2 out, but then get stuck. They got the key out and oiled it up, but they did not offer to cover it under warranty. Very disappointed. $415 to replace the whole thing. 
55300 mi

US $200
There is an outdated security piece in the ignition switches of Toyota cars design to prevent someone from being able to jam a screwdriver in and starting the car. This piece came out of alignment trapping my key. Had it the piece removed. 
41300 mi Replacement of valve actuators was performed per a Toyota TSB for valve clatter at cold start. 
16000 mi Cam gear rattle @ cold startup. Cam gear replaced. Rattle returned within a week. Now the dealer "can't hear it." 
23000 mi Cam gear rattle during cold start; cam gear, timing chain, gaskets replaced. 
26000 mi Very rough idle with AC on - dealer replaced O2 sensor and cleaned throttle body. 
26000 mi The car produces a knocking / rattling noise from under the hood after a cold startup 
46000 mi VVT timing cam replaced do to rattle. Rattle occurs on startup and still exists. Told noise was normal. 
5000 mi Key became really loose. The key and button system became loose and started to fall apart. 
24000 mi Engine makes a terrible noise on start up in the morning. Some kind of issue with this engine/ model. I-4 engine. Engine gears replaced to stop noise upon start-up. 
33000 mi Engine makes a loud noise upon startup the first time of the day. It sounds like a spun bearing or something. 
24000 mi replace fuel cap. 

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2012 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

156-horsepower 2.5L I4 Hybrid CVT FWD

31000 mi Problem with the valve train and camshaft 

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2011 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

179-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

40300 mi

C $800
Replacement of an oxygen sensor due to a check engine warning: 500$ repair. Warning light came back ten days after. Another sensor is troublesome, another 460$ required for this repair. Warranty is expired, owner pays all. 
40920 mi

C $400
Second oxygen sensor 
14300 mi no power, stalling multiple times 
15000 mi no power, stalling 
11500 mi Valvetrain rattle at cold start. Dealer dismissed TSB inquiry and was told engine operating within manufacturer specifications. Not repaired. 

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2011 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

169-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

46000 mi

US $64
Rear Intake Sound Suppression Box Fell off leading to engine timing issues 
32000 mi Undercarrage protector cover knocked lose by debri on highway. 
164300 mi exhaust system beneath car corroded out. Too costly to repair. 
16000 mi On the last check up, they discovered the water pump was weeping and the water pump needed to be replaced - under warranty. I had absolutely no indications of any such problem, but under warranty, who is going to argue? while replacing the water pump, they decided it also had an oil leak that required a new oil pan gasket! Again, I never saw any symptoms of this problem. 

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2011 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

147-horsepower 2.4L I4 Hybrid CVT FWD

125000 mi

US $89
Oil pressure warning came on. No oil left. Brought the car in to check. sounds like an optional Toyota recall related to oil leak. Dealer cannot find anything wrong. 

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2010 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

20000 mi Upon cold startup engine intermittently will emit lifter type tapping sound. Sound softens and discontinues after driving in a few minutes. Toyota dealer can find no problem. Says I may return it when it reoccurs. In the twilight zone.  

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2010 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

169-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

81000 mi

US $370
Water pump reported bad 
29000 mi

US $414
Oxygen Sensor Assembly Failed Replaced Oxygen Sensor Assembly 

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2010 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

169-horsepower 2.5L I4 6-speed manual FWD

44000 mi Air intake resonator fell off, causing the engine to run very rough and stall, found the resonator lying behind the engine. I pushed it back into the air intake hose and problem was solved. Just a little concerned that could happen again. 
43000 mi

US $200
VSC and Traction Control light came on with obd2 code P0138 , P0607. the dealer said the oxygen sensor was bad. replaced and engine light are off now 
53000 mi

US $250
OBD2 code P0037 , Bank 1 sensor 2 , replaced oxygen sensor 

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2009 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

45000 mi

US $2000
transmission fails to shift properly at 40 mph 

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2009 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

85000 mi

US $650
Leaking Water Pump replaced Drive belt replacement 
108000 mi

US $500
Oxygen sensor replaced 
110000 mi

US $600
Can oil sensor 
127000 mi

US $250
Fuel tank heat shield fell off vehicle, heat shield replaced. 

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2009 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

187-horsepower 2.4L I4 Hybrid CVT FWD

172000 mi Windshield leak allowed water into ECU compartment. Shorted out ABS control module and corroded main wiring harness and ECU connection. Car was totaled by insurance. 
5500 mi Check engine light was decoded as "Code P1423 Fuel tank gross leak, needs fuel filler neck" Fuel filler neck was replaced by dealer, cost of ~$350 billed to Toyota under original warranty (currently 5k miles, 12 months since delivery). 
27000 mi

US $400
Water pump began leaking coolant. 
98000 mi

US $366
Replaced oxygen sensor and reset air flow sensor 
125000 mi

US $159
Replaced waterpump as preventative measure as it was starting to seep a little from the weep hole. 
128340 mi

C $650
Fuel Tank, Gas Tank Filler Neck - corroded, gas leakage, when tank ~full 2. Thermostat - stuck open 
53000 mi Water pump beginning to leak. 
60000 mi

US $600
Engine water pump leaking. 
62000 mi

US $500
Water pump "weeping" at shaft. Replaced pump and drive belt. 
15000 mi fuel neck filter leak 
25420 mi Water Leakage 
28520 mi

C $250
Engine water pump seal leak 
9000 mi Check engine light came on. Was due to gas cap, and light needed to be reset and gas cap tightened 
31000 mi Car was leaking a small amount of coolant. The dealer determined that it was coming from the water pump. Pump was replaced under warranty at to cost. 
83500 mi Replacement of leaking water pump. 
54000 mi Water pump 
63000 mi Oxygen Sensor 

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2009 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

158-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual FWD

60000 mi

US $1300
needed new clutch 
75000 mi

US $300
needed new water pump 

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2009 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

158-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic FWD

36000 mi

US $35
Engine light came on. Brakes and filters were checked as part of an oil change and tire rotation. No problems were found. Light was reset. 
37000 mi Water pump making noise and had to be replaced. 
39000 mi

US $550
Serpentine belt was replaced because of wear. 
50000 mi

US $491
Water pump leaking. Replaced under CPO warranty. 
89000 mi

US $310
Muffler and resonator pipes bent 
101000 mi

US $300
Water pump leaking 
69000 mi Replace serpentine belt 
39000 mi Engine light off came on. Took it to the dealer since under warranty. They replace an oxygen sensor. 
39000 mi

US $1500
Car just stopped on I-95. Had to get to towed to the Toyota Dealership on Oakland Park. They had to order a part since it was not in stock (took 48 hours) then 2 more days for the labor. Not happy about the reliability of Toyota so far... 
39000 mi Water pump replaced under warranty for drivetrain. Rattling noise at idle was isolated to water pump before taking to dealer to avoid gouging for unrelated repair. 
41300 mi

US $430
Water Pump gasket failed and water pump had to be replaced. According to mechanic, this is a recurring problem for the Camry - he called it "the weakest part of the car." Sign was leaking anti-freeze, source found by pressure test. 
20000 mi

US $400
bad coil pack 
87000 mi oil consumption test 

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2008 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

12000 mi V6 engine "flare". At cold start, when passing 20 mph, transmission can rev noticeably, tach shoots from 2000 to 3500 and back down quickly, car seems to lose power for a second. Told -again- it's Drive By Wire, "supposed to do that". Similar to 2007's? 
78000 mi

US $460
Also replaced gas tank heat shield, knocked off by winter ice and snow on roads 

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2008 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

187-horsepower 2.4L I4 Hybrid CVT FWD

49000 mi

US $70
Noise from engine compartment. It was a loose air filter 
47300 mi

US $350
Water pump seeping coolant. Preventative replacement. 
55000 mi water pump leaking, replaced at no charge under warranty. 
159000 mi

US $800
Engine check light came on. Replaced EGR canister. 
194000 mi

US $500
oil leak in valve cover gasket 
56700 mi water pump leak 
59000 mi Brought the car in for an oil change, and upon inspection, technician found the water pump was leaking. Was replaced under warranty. 
222000 mi

US $600
Timing Belt Broke 
89000 mi

US $300
Fuel flow sensor 

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2008 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

158-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic FWD

51000 mi Replace water pump 
61000 mi I cleaned the sensor on top of throttle body 
65000 mi

US $25
Oil change. Car was still running rough. I cleaned throttle body. Took care of problem 
182000 mi

US $669
Loud above 3200 rpms and lack of take off power. Cleaned throttle body and engine lubricant cleaning. What came out of oil pan looked like lumpy gravy after the cleaning. 
90000 mi

US $400
Radiator required replacement 
99700 mi Consuming Oil, about 1 qt per 2500 miles 

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2008 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

46000 mi Water pump was failing. 

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2007 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

224000 mi

US $4500
vvti failure 

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2007 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

268-horsepower 3.5L V6 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD

132000 mi

US $165
The car was running very rough, shaking in the engine. The engine, ABS, and oil warning lights were alight. We replaced one ignition coil assembly; the code indicated a problem with a heat sensor, testing with a DVM specified bad coil. Fixed 
88040 mi

C $50
Check eng on, 1st visit $50. to get computer scan and erase the code intermitent. Next day check eng lt back on. Next visit told nbr 1 cyl ign coil intermitent no part until next day. Re-book repair mid Jan 2011. 
88660 mi

C $410
Replaced ignition coil. 
75000 mi

US $250
Engine shaking and smoking upon startup. Dealer thought it was bad gas and did a fuel injector clean and the problem improved. 
122300 mi

US $500
The car is running great. It needed a new intake gasket and I also replaced the timing belt as a preventive measure. 
130000 mi

US $300
Car was pouring coolant in my driveway. The radiator was replaced. 
32000 mi Replaced oil cooler hose that prematurely broke. Recall. 
123000 mi

US $250
Oil leak on driver's side. 
131000 mi

US $340
Car would not turn off. Mechanic said bad starter needed replacement. Turned off car by unhooking battery. 
175000 mi

US $45
The valve cover gasket was leaking. When removed to replace it, discovered that the nuts securing the cover were not torqued tight enough, however since I already had the new gasket I went ahead and replaced it. Also, the spark plugs were replaced 
181000 mi

US $320
water pump went out oil leak 
111500 mi

US $2276
Check engine light came on & was told I needed an O2 sensor & front pipe/catalytic converter -$2276! Just completed repair today,will see how it is in 1 week 
34000 mi

US $120
Coil on #4 cylinder needed replacement. 
47300 mi

US $100
#1 Coil went bad - You DO NOT need to remove upper intake manifold. To access - Remove window wipers, window wiper motor assembly, firewall panel and upper manifold bracket from back side of engine to access from the backside of engine. 
6000 mi Brand New updated 6 speed transmission installed to fix the "flare" between the 3rd & 4th gear on cold start ups, "Rattle Kit" for the dashboard. 
40700 mi

US $300
Camshaft was 'bent' or simply damaged. It would have been a $3200.00 repair but was covered under the 5 year Powertrain Warranty. (If that had been expired then the Extended Warranty would have covered it.) My expenses ($300) were for brakes. 
52000 mi

US $400
Needed an Oxygen Sensor replaced. 
64000 mi

US $300
VSC Warning. Needed a new coil on the 5th plug. Since the car is basically 8 years old I had them replace all 6 spark plugs. 64K miles and a LOT of city driving. Not that expensive to replace plugs. 
77000 mi

US $450
Radiator was leaking coolant out into the engine resulting in the radiator being unable to keep the engine cool during operation. 
78000 mi

US $85
Failed ignition coil, replaced coil 
56000 mi

US $50
water pump replaced under certified used toyota powertrain warranty 
58000 mi Pinhole oil leak in unknown part of engine,I noticed very minor oil leak, later check engine light came on, then bright red idiot oil light came when I turned a corner (all occured within one hour) leak resulted in damage to camshaft assemblys which ... 
61000 mi

US $500
Oil line on recall. I had to pay collateral damage it caused. 
73000 mi

US $300
dump all it oil on garage floor 
99000 mi Gas pedal sticking from stop. 
36000 mi Computer error caused battery to not be charged. Reprogrammed computer and had to replace the battery. 
209000 mi

US $150
Broken timing belt replaced  Leaking oil pump O-ring replaced. 
232000 mi Something broke within the engine, and car started to burn large amounts of oil and ran really rough. Car sold to wrecking company for $350. 
93700 mi

US $350
The ignition coil on one of the cylinders had to be replaced. 
40000 mi Bad air flow meter covered under warranty 

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2007 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

187-horsepower 2.4L I4 Hybrid CVT FWD

38000 mi

US $140
Exhaust manifold down-pipe cracked in front of the flange joining it to the rear exhaust system assembly. Dealer quoted $2800 to fix (replacement of entire down-pipe assembly). Took the car to a local mechanic who welded the join. Fixed. 
49000 mi Hybrid battery replaced under warranty. 
113000 mi

US $190
replaced PCV? valve. unable to reset check engine light. code still reads same problem, drives fine. May take to another mechanic later. 
95000 mi

US $250
Leaking water pump replaced under extended warranty. 
111160 mi

C $300
Replace leaky water pump. 
83000 mi Dealer showed where water pump may have been leaking. It was covered under extended warrant to repair was ok'd 
153000 mi

US $1900
replaced manifold 
142000 mi

US $695
High Voltage Hybrid Battery was replaced 
84320 mi

C $20
Excess engine oil consumption. 2.5L engine oil added. 6000 km driven since last oil change. 
52700 mi

C $375
Water pump had a small leak and was replaced 
92000 mi

US $350
Leaking water pump replaced leaking water pump 
136000 mi HV battery error code 
138000 mi Replaced high voltage battery for hybrid drive system 
75000 mi

US $400
Water pump leak. Pump replaced. 
79000 mi

US $700
CEL signaled bad evap switching valve. Light back on. Suspect it will need a canister replacement, but any of several components could be the problem with this code. 
79000 mi

US $350
Replaced evap canister. Cost is after $150 credit for earlier unnecessary (in retrospect) repair. 
52000 mi Water pump replaced. No cost to me as they honored the warranty even though it was two months out of warranty. 
88000 mi

US $600
Water pump leaking 
57500 mi 2nd attempt to get antifreeze leak found and repaired. 1st time could not find anything. 2nd time I saw yellow dust spun off water pump shaft. Was leaking intermittently. Had to argue to get it repaired under extended warranty prior to total failure. 
74000 mi

US $450
Water pump was leaking and needed to be replaced. 
93700 mi Slow leak, water pump replaced. Never a puddle, but coolant was slowly disappearing since new. ~93,000 miles. 
54700 mi Check engine light, stalled, required tow. Faulty sensor/broken fitting, replaced and repaired. 
98000 mi Intermittent stalling starting in March. Into the shop in March twice, once in April, and a final time in May. Each time the repair technicians at Ourisman Toyota in Chantilly were able to see the computer failure codes, but seemed unable to resolve it. 
80000 mi

US $450
water pump leak and engine belt worn. Both were replaced 
40000 mi

US $6
Dealer noted water pump had slight leak at previous scheduled maintenance but had no hybrid tech that day to repair. Rescheduled the warranty repair at my convenience. 
28000 mi We saw a small puddle of coolant on the floor in the garage. It ended up being the water pump. 
77000 mi

US $400
Check Engine light on. replaced various sensors - O2 and exhaust manifold and something else. 
86000 mi

US $800
Hybrid system check and VCS System failure affecting traction and breaking system. Two ignition coils for hybrid system were replaced. 
53320 mi

C $650
Replaced fuel cap and fuel filler pipe. Computer "diagnosed" fuel problem and the above items replaced. 
62000 mi

C $105
Small hole in gas tank indicated by gas "stain" under car. 
45000 mi

US $450
water pump leak 
75000 mi

US $305
Water pump (gas engine, not the inverter pump) had a slight leak, no coolant drips on the garage floor. I noticed the coolant reservoir level had dropped about an inch. Service tech noticed coolant seepage from the water pump. 
187000 mi

US $4000
At 186K, Camry Hybrid battery failing - wouldnt keep charge - warning code on dash alerted me. New battery replacement 3500 plus 500 labor, guaranteed for another 100K. 

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2007 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

158-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic FWD

22000 mi The transmission tended to downshift hard and sometimes hesitate when accelerating. Reflashed the electronic transmission. Better, but not perfect. Would never buy this car again if it has the same transmission. 
77000 mi

US $900
Water pump leaking onto the block. Oil leaking from valve cover gasket and oil pan gasket. 
55000 mi

US $3500
Engine needed new piston rings due to incorrect design Toyota issued a TB regarding this in 2011, would have cost $3,500. 
50000 mi

US $300
Water pump failed and was replaced. Dealer quote $494. 
22000 mi leaking water pump replaced. 
109740 mi

C $50
Small hole on the exhaust, 60$ for welding.... 
93000 mi Idle low and wants to die while in park/neutral. Never actually dies, but can't find the idle speed it wants. Starts @ 1500rpm, drops to 500rpm, and back again within a 5 minute period. Mechanic nor me could correct it after several attempts 
41000 mi

US $3350
water pump went out. Engine overheated and failed to notify dashboard. Resulted in requiring a replacement engine from a salvage parts shop. Car was no longer in warranty. 
74000 mi

US $400
new radiator 
101000 mi

US $15000
2.4 engine started consuming oil at 1 qt per 1000 miles. dealer said toyota has problems with these engines useing oil. since the warenty has expired it would cost me about 5000 dollars for new pistons. instead we traded for new 2013 camry 
107000 mi

US $650
Had to have the exhaust pipe assembly that connects from manifold to muffler replaced because the flexible part of the assembly had a hole in it due to wear and was making noise. Assembly included catalytic converter which itself was not damaged. 
88400 mi

US $500
Oil pan gasket was damaged and oil was dripping. The gasket was replaced the same day. car is working normal 
34100 mi

C $200
Leaking waterpump. Fluid leaked onto alternator belt. Waterpump and alternator belt replaced under warranty. Coolant flushed and refilled at owner's expense. 
102300 mi

US $50
Valve cover Gasket 
120700 mi

US $240
water pump leaking and replaced 
7002 mi Reprogram ECM calibration to correct transmission hesitation - TSB EG7031 
179000 mi Thrown #1 rod bearing. 
136000 mi

US $250
exhaust had to be replaced. Engline warning light came on. 
14000 mi Transmission shifts inappropriately, up and down constantly. TSB applied and problem still not solved. 
15000 mi Ninth trip to dealer for this and similar transmission problems. No response when accelerator "floored" nearly causing accident. Downshifting at 65 mph when taking foot off accelerator. Dealer could not duplicate and did not repair. Going Lemon Law route. 
63240 mi Replaced engine under warranty. Excessive oil consumption. Mechanic said this is much more common on this model than in previous years. 
28900 mi The ECM was flashed to improve throttle response and transmission shifting. Worked fantastic; transformed the car. Work covered by Toyota TSB. 
2000 mi Car was at the dealer at least 6 times for jerky shifting transmission, lag upon acceleration, and horrible road manners on the highway - upshifting, downshifting at the slightest hill. Told "operating as designed" Worst car ever on the highway. 
55000 mi

US $80
During recall service, the adviser informed me that the water pump was slowly leaking. This was visible as pink crust on and near the pump and weep hole. I purchased a new water pump, liquid gasket, and coolant at a local parts store. 
139300 mi

US $350
cathalitic converter wor. engine light on 
145300 mi

US $20
Mass airflow sensor and throttle body dirty causing poor idle. 
19000 mi

US $278
idle pulley defective. Needed to replace pulley, shield and belt 
144000 mi

US $120
Replaced water pump due to failing bearing. 
68200 mi

C $600
Pipe replacement under car. 
79760 mi Oil pan leak 
69220 mi

C $600
Water pump was replaced - it was completely dead. 
9000 mi It was for the Hesitation Issue on the I4/5 speed drive by wire. This was done the day I sold it back to the dealership and bought a different Camry. I bought a XLE Camry. It had 6K miles and was the General Manager's Demo. 
71300 mi

C $220
replaced rad due trans fluid coolant line leaking. The line is unserviceable, had to replace the whole rad. 
75400 mi

C $40
Exhaust cracked behind flex pipe. welded to fix 
77500 mi Needed an O2 sensor. 
58280 mi Water pump was slightly leaking, replaced under warranty 
41220 mi

C $720
Replaced water pump and serpentine belt. 
109700 mi Check engine light - problem with catalytic converter. 40 bucks to diagnose, chose not to repair at the current time. Update: reset light and it never returned. 
2480 mi When coasting and trying to reaccelarate lag in accelaration. Like the first 3 to 5 percent of throttle was nul. Toyota reprogram PCM. Known defect TSB 2650 and TSB EG 056-06. That fix the problem, accelaration is now normal. 
2480 mi Still the same problem as before: 
2000 mi Took my Camry in to inspect a "acceleration problem". The dealer stated that the problem was normal since the Camry uses a "drive-by-wire" system and that such a problem will go away once the Camry's DBW system "gets used to the way I drive". 

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2007 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

101340 mi

C $148
Replaced ignition coil on cylinder #2 - had problem diagnosed for free at Mr. Lube, purchased ignition coil from dealer and replaced it myself. 
102300 mi

C $148
Another coil failed, and we considered replacing the other 4 as a preventive measure, but after some research decided to trade the car for a 2011 Camry (our 16th Toyota product, all of which have been relatively trouble free). 

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2006 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

154-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual FWD

69000 mi

US $530
Water pump had to be replaced 
130000 mi

US $138
Clutch was worn out. 

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2006 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

154-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic FWD

80000 mi

US $335
Carbon build up on throttle body and MAF Sensor 
153000 mi

US $2000
Water pump died, engine seized. Engine was replaced. 
138000 mi

US $214
water pump 

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2005 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

85000 mi

US $1200
radiator and water pump replaced 

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2005 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

225-horsepower 3.3L V6 5-speed automatic FWD

130700 mi

US $1896
Replaced Valve Cover Gaskets Check Engine Light. Replaced cracked hose. 

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2005 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

210-horsepower 3.0L V6 5-speed automatic FWD

137000 mi

US $381
Water pump went bad. Had him replace timing belt also. 

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2005 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual FWD

166300 mi

US $650
Clutch wore out and was replaced, likely usual for this many miles 

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2005 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic FWD

112000 mi

US $450
Slight water pump leak. Pump replaced. 
69000 mi

US $400
Replace motor mounts 
75640 mi The fuel tank has a rupture in seam causing minor fuel leak 
84000 mi

US $250
Water pump was leaking. Replaced by dealer. 
101000 mi

US $159
Water pump started making noise and was leaking through the seep hole. Local " do it all shop" ....$159.00 installed including PA.State 6% tax. 
124000 mi

US $508
Replace thermostat 
180000 mi

US $150
the car had a broken spark plug insulator 
80900 mi

C $500
Had two of the lower engine mounts replaced due to excessive engine movement and low speed vibration. Wear and tear, most camrys of this age have mount issues. 
131300 mi

US $520
Replaced Dog Bone 
145700 mi

US $121
Replaced front motor mount 
168000 mi

US $21
Replace valve cover gasket 
107000 mi

US $250
Broken engine mount. Replaced mount. 
127000 mi

US $1300
The car would frequently not respond to the accelerator. The mechanic said it was the "throttle module". +$1000 part! 
141000 mi

US $600
Leaking valve cover 
121000 mi

US $249
I had valve leak that needed replacing 
117000 mi

US $411
Repaired oil leak 
135000 mi

US $736
Water pump and other repairs 
115940 mi

C $1400
Water pump Oil pan reseal recommended from last year,transmission fluid replaced 
127720 mi

C $260
Muffler rusted and had crack 
113700 mi

C $130
worn ignition key. Keys are much too expensive - required all keys to be re-programmed resulted in further labour cost 
126660 mi

C $250
Accessory belt tensioner starting to seize up, getting noisy. 
17000 mi oxygen sensor bad 
16000 mi Water pump was leaking, had to replace it. 
83500 mi

US $75
Serpentine belt was making noise; new belt put on. 
91000 mi

US $152
Dog bone mount was torn; mount replaced. 

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2004 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

31000 mi water pump failed at 31k 

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2004 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

225-horsepower 3.3L V6 5-speed automatic FWD

87000 mi

US $300
Tap sound in engine. Also had shaky braking feel checked. 

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2004 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

210-horsepower 3.0L V6 5-speed automatic FWD

38000 mi

US $330
Oxygen Sensor 
41000 mi

US $220
Replaced the catalytic converter under warranty. Replaced air flow sensor under warranty. 

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2004 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual FWD

122000 mi

US $250
Valve gasket leak. Replaced gasket. 

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2004 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

117500 mi

US $1500
Replaced spark plugs and wires. Cleaned fuel system. Leaking water pump was replaced. Coolant and drive belt also replaced. 
122000 mi

US $1900
Harmonic balancer went bad, wearing a hole into the timing cover. Both had to be replaced. 
283500 mi

US $500
Catalytic converter needed replacing to pass California SMOG 
319000 mi

US $330
E-Pedal was throwing codes, lead to an engine that didn't rev. Replace the entire pedal assembly. 
336500 mi

US $80
Coil started missing at idle, set CEL. No issues at speed. Replaced coil with new Denso. 
103000 mi Oxygen Sensor 
101000 mi

US $384
replaced failing water pump replaced leaking valve cover gasket 
138700 mi

US $525
Loud rattle from under the hood. Sounded like bearings wearing out on a pulley. Noticed water in the weep holes for the water pump. Water Pump, serpentine belt replaced. Coolant flush and fill. 
160000 mi There was an oil leak due to a faulty seal in the engine. 
238000 mi

US $210
Exhaust leak in flex pipe. I drove it with the leak for a long time with no trouble (other than noise). Took it to Munro and they welded a new flex section in for $210. 
93000 mi

US $161
Co-worker/technician attempted to replace serpentine belt at my request. When unloading tensioner with breaker bar to remove belt, tensioner fractured -- appeared to be a too-porous casting, not fault of technician. 
109000 mi

US $1546
Check engine light came on; there was hesitation from a stop and auto trans wouldn't shift above 2nd gear. Computer p/n 89661-06A03 had to be replaced along with throttle pedal sensor and accelerator pedal assembly (p/n 78010-33010). 
144000 mi Noticed blue smoke emitted from tailpipe on cold startup. More profuse smoke noticed if car not run for 24 hours or more. Smoke dissipates after cold start. Car has been using oil between changes but not leaking. Chose not to diagnose issue. 
104780 mi

C $50
The exhaust line felt apart, due to aging. The exhaust line was more than 10 years old. So this repair was normal considering the age of the exhaust line. I just soldered a metal pipe to re-attach the exhaust. Total cost 50$ for parts. 
51000 mi Check engine light repeatedly kept coming on. Toyota dealership replaced the O2 sensor under warranty. 
64000 mi

US $130
oil pan seal was leaking from the front of the pan 
66000 mi

US $675
throttle body control failed; car stalled while driving. attempted to clean throttle body and control motor to no avail. ordered part online and shipped overnight. replaced throttle body and reset codes. 
70726 mi

US $600
Water pump replacement (bearings failed) 
165000 mi

US $195
accessory belt tensioner replacement 
130000 mi

US $49
Replaced all ignition coils. Had a P0107 error code. 
57300 mi

US $700
Replaced leaking water pump 
69000 mi

US $266
Exhaust system - flex pipe replaced 
72500 mi

US $130
Engine light came on; upstream o2 sensor 
121520 mi

C $1300
car overheating; water pump replaced, was advised rad was finished, replaced rad. Two days later engine overheats again shop can't find problem keeps car overnight. replace rad again(warranty) change thermostat and rad cap car runs fine now. 
72000 mi There is something wrong with evap system. Not fixed yet. 
179000 mi

US $86
Muffler 
132000 mi Car developed a bad head gasket so it was traded in for a new Honda. 
73000 mi There was a $1500 exhaust repair pending on Camry. The exhaust leaked on the front end before the catalytic converter; I decided to trade. 
79000 mi

US $111
Low idle dropped to 200 rpm. 
48000 mi

US $250
Engine was making a grinding noise. Turned out to be a bad water pump. Water pump replaced and noise went away.  
135000 mi

US $285
Water pump became noisy & was replaced. 
144300 mi

US $190
Front engine/transmission mount replaced 
114300 mi

US $934
Water pump and cooling lines were replaced due to leak. 
135000 mi

US $175
Water pump went bad. 
118300 mi

US $2000
Radiator and Water pump leaking. Motor Mount Replaced 
32840 mi

$150
I noticed too strong engine vibrations, especially when the engine was idle. The dealer first said "they are all like that", but then found one faulty engine mount. The dealer replaced the mount and the car returned to normal. 
64460 mi

$350
Engine running rough. Dealer found a crack in the head cover which resulted in oil leaking onto the spark plug in cylinder one. New head cover, new gasket and four new iridium spark plugs needed. Plugs were 100 dollars of the cost and they were due for re 
57000 mi

US $515
Replace water pump, it was leaking. 
57000 mi

US $750
Car would not accelerate at all. "Check engine light" came on. Dealer replaced acceleration pedal and sensor. 
133000 mi

US $235
Flex hose replaced. 
174000 mi

US $225
exhaust flex hose reeplacement 
96000 mi

US $1500
Exhaust flex joint leaking. Replaced section as a unit. 
104000 mi

US $290
Cylinder 1&4 misfire code returned. Replaced coil pack for cylinder 1&4. Still had misfire code. Checked MAP sensor, was out of spec. so it was replaced. Code has not returned since. 

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2003 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

81000 mi manifold cracked 
125000 mi

US $1200
Thermostat 
75000 mi

US $600
Water pump went out, belt broke and noticed the tranny cooler inside the radiator was leaking. Thermostat was bad also radiator cap. Just hoping the head gasket isn't bad. 

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2003 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

192-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD

70271 mi

C $823
Air/Fuel Sensor replaced Transmission fluid & antifreeze replaced Oil changed, Air filter replaced All included in price 
99820 mi

C $530
Oxygen Sensor was replaced and did an Oil Change plus replaced Air filter at the same time. 

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2003 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual FWD

93000 mi

C $200
Belt was squealing a little upon starting after a cold soak @ <0C. Replaced tensioner and belt with Gates Solution Kit. Still squeals a bit somtimes when first started in the cold. 
134700 mi

US $540
Cooling system was not working. 
188700 mi

US $1070
replaced valve cover gaskets, both sides 

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2003 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

87000 mi

US $600
Accelerator chip failed. There is no accelerator cable in this car, it's all controlled by a very expensive chip. 
113700 mi

US $713
Had to replace front pipe with catalytic converter. ($500 for parts) 
147000 mi

US $1000
Leaking gasket Replaced catalytic converter 
108000 mi

US $120
Throwing code for O2 sensor. Replaced top and bottom sensors. Check engine code removed.. Engine now spewing blue smoke on cold start. Check engine light back on. Unresolved. 
93000 mi

US $460
Diagnosed faulty O2 sensor and replaced. 
104300 mi

US $35
Replaced top engine mount (dogbone). 
178000 mi Engine leaking oil and  radiator leak. Sold car. 
111000 mi

US $100
Belt tensioner was making excessive noise. Replaced tensioner. Found top motor mount worn. Replaced top motor mount also. 
276000 mi Failed VA emissions inspection; Evaporative Emission Control System leak; mechanic tried but failed to find the leak; received rough estimate of $2,500 for parts and labor to repair. RIP Old Reliable. 
51000 mi

US $189
02 SENSOR/AIR-FUEL RATIO SENSOR WENT BAD 
287000 mi

US $300
I had a scheduled 7,500 mile service performed when they informed me that there was an oil leak around the distributor and the seals had to be replaced. Cost was approx $300.00 (this had happened before). 
100000 mi Check Engine Light came on, read the code myself and determined it was probably a fluke (P0442A Evap System Small Leak, usually a gas cap). Reset the light, hasn't come back on but the system hasn't rechecked the Evap system since either. 
103000 mi Evap leak code has come back on, putting tape over the light since it does not affect drivability 
198400 mi

$700
Catalytic converter internally rusted. Replaced. Engine mount cracked and broken. Replaced. 
213000 mi

US $675
engine check light came on and CC has to be replaced. 
97000 mi

US $1800
Leaking head gasket dripped engine oil onto exhaust manifold, after having used sodium silicate in the past to seal the gasket, we opted to replace the gasket. Also replaced timing belt. Misc. fluids. 
76000 mi

US $497
Catalytic converter failed - replaced under warranty. Oil pan gasket had to be replaced and one motor mount was cracked and had to be replaced. 
116300 mi

US $170
Replaced a worn motor mount 
120000 mi

US $150
Replace leaking gasket 
130000 mi

US $230
oil change and serpentine belt replaced. the catalytic converter is the front one. estimated at over 1000. check engine light was on after a long distance driving. but now it is gone.  
134000 mi

US $50
cracked dogbone (rod, engine strut) mount 
196000 mi Oil leaking under car, discovered oil pan is leaking about one quart to 1000 miles. I will monitor the issue until spring. Its too cold to work on it and I cant be without the car for now. 
210000 mi Flex tube under engine on exhaust pipe is broken. Bought cut and repair version from auto parts store. Cut out old flex section and clamped in the new one. May weld later if it leaks. 
105000 mi

US $325
Crankshaft position sensor went out. Meineke Car Care replaced the sensor in a very timely manner. 
159000 mi

US $700
Oil leak. Distributor housing and O-ring replaced in effort to eliminate leak. It appears that oil leak continues in spite of repair. 
130000 mi

US $1100
Exhaust system rotted out and fell off car. Everything behind flexpipe needed replacement. 
224000 mi

US $175
car started smoking and was burning about half a quart of oil every 600 miles or so to resolve this issue i replaced the valve stem seals 
294700 mi

US $550
Replaced valve stem seals 
199000 mi

US $300
valve cover gaskets replaced 
126480 mi

C $2400
After some overheating where a radiator leak was suspected, coolant went milky white and it turned out the car needed a new head gasket. Cylinder heads were resurfaced, and I believe one was new. The engine was fine otherwise. 
127100 mi

C $250
The radiator was cracked and was replaced. The mechanic charged for the part only. 
65000 mi

US $1200
CEL caused by bad VSV (under hood area near air filter box). Was replaced with OEM Denso VSV-per my internet search this part had been later upgraded by Toyota to a new design-more metal parts. Rusted fuel filler neck-replaced fuel filler neck and tubing (per mechanic had to order whole component), unclear if this was cause of CEL or VSV as CEL returned after replacement of fuel filler neck prior to replacement of VSV. 
78500 mi

US $70
Throttle body had gotten dirty, causing car to stall at idle. Self diagnosed but paid shop $70 for throttle body cleaning though not before the stalling and require restarts drained my battery on a 3 degree (F) day requiring a jump. 
74000 mi

US $1300
defective air fuel ratio sensor replaced - check engine light had come on oil pan leaking 

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2003 Toyota Camry

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

30000 mi Leaking oil pan. oil pan replaced 
78000 mi Check engine light came on when driving to NC from Ga - had car checked in NC was told the code was P420 - Catalytic Converter was replaced at dealership in NC.  
64000 mi Fluid leaking from head gasket. Indpt. mechanic found problem. Dealer service manager confirmed and also found three stripped bolts. Both felt a manufacturing defect. Toyota offered $700 toward $3,500 repair, denied known problem. Forced to trade car. 

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2002 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

171000 mi Check engine light stayed on replaced O2 sensor. 

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2002 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

192-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD

105000 mi

US $25
replace alternator drive belt 
118000 mi

US $250
New head gasket 
86000 mi

US $1895
Timing belt. Transmission fluid flushed. Repaired seals. 
116000 mi

US $1976
Wouldn't idle. Took it to local shop and they couldn't fix it. Sent the Camry to dealership 60 miles away. Replaced the Electronic Control Module and the Throttle Control Module. Straighten bent pins on connector. Took 4 days to get parts. 
132000 mi

US $1480
Engine idle dropped to zero, causing constant stalling, after battery briefly disconnected. Replaced throttle body. 
85000 mi Charcoal canister had failed 
102000 mi

US $400
loose plastic shielding on underside of car 
107500 mi

US $1130
Exhaust noise coming from front of car. Y pipe was replaced. 
37820 mi check engine light on for many months.problem is a sensor that will be replaced later Problems were diagnosed at a free inspection offered by dealer.Other problems with susp.and brake wear found.Main belt squeaks and is not adjustable so... 
148000 mi

US $460
Oil leak from valve cover gasket 
77000 mi

US $700
Oil seals leaking. Replaced. 
164660 mi

C $4000
REPLACE VALVE COVER GASKETS 
106000 mi

US $125
oil leak - engine head gasket 
145500 mi

US $120
Replaced valve cover gaskets 
149000 mi

US $73
Replaced fuel injector o rings. Average gas mileage increased by 2 miles per gallon 
186500 mi

US $534
Reoccurring P0430 code. Clean cat converter and see if oxygen signal would improve. It did not. P0430 code. Replaced bank 2 cat sensors. Cost includes OB2 analyzer. Update: light back on, probably now bank 1 sensors. Evaporator system. Replaced fuel cap. 
199000 mi

US $80
P0430 code bank 2 O2 sensor 
115000 mi

US $90
Check engine light was on. Dealer diagnosed it to be cylinder misfire, but could not recreate the problem. Asked me to use a tanks of premium and come back if light comes on again. It is running fine sice about 3 weeks now. 
138000 mi

US $600
oil leak in cam seals 
142000 mi

US $430
rubber motor mounts were wearing out, cracking. replaced 'em. 
214000 mi

US $125
Alternator belt 

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2002 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual FWD

72000 mi

US $75
Fixed exhaust leak aft of flex pipe 
82000 mi

US $20
Serpentine belt broke 
145700 mi

C $7000
Cylinder head coolant leak, block threads stripped. Remove head, install helicoils in block, replace studs ,timing chains, and all gaskets. Catalytic converter failed requiring replacement. Entire exhaust system including exhaust header was replaced because of design flaw which did not allow replacement of converter or muffler alone. O2 sensor failed. Engine quit and would not restart. Replace bad ignition coil on cylinder #3 
168020 mi Code set, MIL light on indicating problem with cat converter, again!!! Reset light, problem occured again two weeks later but light went out after driving one week. Waiting to see if problem reoccurs. 

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2002 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

157-horsepower 2.4L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

179000 mi Water pump needed replacement. 
129000 mi

US $126
Front flex pipe broken so I replaced it! 
143000 mi

US $800
Catalytic Converter efficiency below threshold 
140000 mi

US $268
Replaced thermostat. Determined head gasket has failed. 
140000 mi Combustion gas in coolant 
162860 mi

C $500
Radiator replaced 
175460 mi

C $900
Flex pipe replaced 
97960 mi

C $350
Replaced water pump. This is the first repair I have put on this car. Any other expense was for normal maintenance and preventive maintenance. Plan on keeping this car until I reach 500,000 kilometers (or 300,000 miles). Let's hope I can. 
146320 mi

C $600
Crankshaft sensor quite working 
148800 mi

C $90
The oil pressure valve caused leakage and had to be changed. 
111000 mi

US $150
Replaced/repaired with fabricated tubing engine pipe to CAT converter. 
239000 mi Replaced exhaust flex pipe. 
160960 mi

C $400
Tensioner assembly 
124000 mi

C $200
Replaced exhaust system flexible joint between manifold and exhaust pipe. 
155000 mi

C $150
Air Flow sensor (also described as the upper O2 sensor) failed and was replaced. 
197000 mi

US $700
Rear main seal 
98000 mi

US $679
Warped intake manifold was causing a misfire during warm-up. Mechanic stated: The Toyota dealers have had trouble with several 2003-03 Camrys 
104000 mi

US $1550
MIL - replace fuel filler neck and gas cap, reset codes 
121000 mi

US $1425
replace front exhaust flex pipe 
129000 mi

US $370
MIL - replace fuel filler neck and fuel cap 
135000 mi

US $589
MIL on - replaced faulty canister VSV valve, 254 replaced leaking valve cover gasket 
54560 mi

C $200
Air fuel ratio sensor heater was defective. Ordered new sensor and installed it. Shut off CE light with my tester and it stayed off. 
86800 mi

C $80
flexible link of exhaust system 
91140 mi

C $75
replacing rusted bolts and welding of exhaust leaks on exhaust system, different location than previous repair. 
121000 mi

US $70
serpentine belt preventive maintenance 
153000 mi

US $200
replace thermostat 
133000 mi

US $118
Flex tube exhaust leak. 
72000 mi thermostat failure. The thermostat was not able to mentain regular coolant temperature under normal operation conditions - it maintained a lower temp than specified.  
109300 mi

US $200
P0446 CODE evaporative system related 
109700 mi

US $25
P0446 CODE evaporative system related solenoid replaced (next to the canister) 
113000 mi

US $120
flexible exhaust broken(rust) 
120000 mi

US $50
Engine support, torsional, rubber cracked, no obvious signs, took 15 minutes and two nuts. 
91000 mi

US $107
Accelerator needed to be replaced. Old unit did not work properly and as a result car would only go up to 40 miles per hour. new part was $426. I purchased a used part for $75 and paid labor of $30. 
74000 mi

US $112
O2 Sensor replaced 
98000 mi

US $700
mil on due to bad converter. 
211000 mi unsure right now think it is maf sensor 
92000 mi The computer had a trouble code of P0420 which is the catalytic converter/O2 sensor malfuntion. I am driving my usual 550 miles/week until Dec 20 2007 when I will have time to do something about the problem! 
95000 mi CEL came on and displayed Code P0420. Replaced both the Oxygen Sensors. Light reset and came on again. Now in hot hot weather (above 55F) it comes on) otherwise remains off. Took out the + battery terminal to reset the CEL and hasn't come on since. 
102000 mi CEL on with trouble code P0420. Had gone off but started coming ON again on intermittent basis. have decided to replace the Catalytic Converter but NOT DONE yet. Cost is the main issue. Can't decide if I want to fix or sell the car! 
119000 mi

US $84
CEL came on and the dealer ran a diagnostic. They told me that multiple parts in the emission system needed replacement at an estimated cost of $1900 (including parts, labor & tax). CEL wasn't reset. It went off in about 1 mile!!! 
107000 mi

US $545
Air Fuel Sensor as well as downstream O2 sensor needed replaced. 
111000 mi

US $493
Exhaust pipe connection with engine exhaust manifold developed leak. Had to replace the pipe back to the catalytic converter. As usual, required specialized pipe which was expensive. As I was leaving the shop, the car made a loud noise as the gas tank heat shield fell onto the exhaust pipe. It wasn't like they had broken it, it was rusted (of course they could have bumped it). They were closing so I had to bring it back the next day. 
140000 mi

US $390
Multiple leaks in exhaust system from flex pipe back to tail pipe. Needed new catalytic converter also. 
248000 mi

US $25
Replaced leaky valve cover gasket. 
255700 mi

US $100
Bad coil, replaced coil and plugs 

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2001 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

194-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD

186000 mi

US $800
Valve cover seal - tried self repair and failed (back end of tranverse v6 is tough) 
106000 mi

US $100
Cleaned throttle body due to stalling when attempting to start car...replaced plugs and wires as well as an engine gasket due to leaking... 
113300 mi The Idle Air Control Valve has clearly gone bad, but I'm too cheap to replace it, so I just sprayed some Carb cleaner at it, which temporarily mends the problem of stalling when starting. Otherwise, only suspension is bad (livable with). 
127000 mi

US $130
valve stem leaks oil into cylinder 
85000 mi

US $150
Check engine light came on. Mechanic said it was a sensor acting up. 
135000 mi

US $600
P0420: Bad catalytic convertor and MAF sensor. 
184000 mi

US $500
CAT NEEDED TO BE REPLACED. 184,000 NOT GOING TO COMPLAIN 

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2001 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

136-horsepower 2.2L I4 5-speed manual FWD

171000 mi

US $420
Replaced Air/Fuel Oxygen sensor to clear check engine light. 
99000 mi

US $980
Replace clutch (standard transmission) 
97000 mi

US $1850
engine began "rod knocking". the engine needed to be replaced. i cant afford a new engine so used instead. not happy with this car at all. too soon for maintained car to catastrophically fail. :-( 
157700 mi

US $185
front pipe repair (converter on the Ft. pipe replaced) 

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2001 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

136-horsepower 2.2L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

142500 mi

US $130
Valve cover gasket was leaking 
168700 mi

US $1500
Front catalytic converters and oxygen sensors had to be replaced 
141700 mi

US $200
Exhaust pipe repair 
144000 mi

US $200
Exhaust pipe 
83000 mi

US $30
Sluggy acceleration-misfire, it was the Vacuum Solenoid switch. The switch is installed before the motor is inserted into the chassis. Replacement is ridiculous. Moved part to engine compartment, rerouting vacuum hoses. Make note to harm original engineer 
86000 mi

US $110
Replacement of timing belt, water pump, power steering belt Upper transverse engine mount 
98000 mi

US $1000
Water pump failed, no heated garage available to DIY, so in it went. On Toyotas, with water pump powered by timing belt, always change belt and pump at same time. 
125000 mi

US $300
Broken tailpipe. 
173000 mi

US $400
Original water pump failed. 
184000 mi Valve cover gasket needed replacing 
158000 mi

US $650
Catalytic converter broke open (at the pipe end). Replaced full section of exhaust. Valve cover gasket leaking, as was cam oil seal. Replaced all top end gaskets, belts and water pump (bearings wearing out). Valve cover oil leak been going on for years; finally got bad enough to do something about it. 
283000 mi

US $1170
severe oil leak from oil pump 
80700 mi

US $24
Trouble light came on. Ran OBD and got 0442 code. Removed negative battery cable for 10 minutes to clear code on dash. Replaced gas cap. So far, so good. 
92000 mi Cannot clear the drive cycle monitors on computer to enable it to go through emissions. 
123000 mi

US $350
Exhaust was very noisy.Cat system was replaced 
126000 mi

US $1500
Front and rear oxygen sensors and cat converters replaced 
148000 mi

US $1000
Exhaust 
126000 mi

US $150
valve gasket leaking 
147000 mi

US $150
Car was hard to start,leaking valve cover gasket (which had previously been pointed out) (they also changed oil, spark plugs and wires) oil was getting to plugs 
148000 mi

US $550
Prior fix of repairing leaking valve cover gasket, plugs and wire did not fix hard to start car. Problem returned after two weeks, when start was idling over 2000 rpm. Replaced idle control valve, cleaned throttle body. 
162700 mi

US $227
valve cover gasket 
108000 mi

US $650
Radiator crack led to engine beginning to overheat but I managed to get to the shop. Radiator was replaced.  
111000 mi

US $300
Replaced bad EGR valve 
130000 mi

US $600
Leaking gasket valve cover -- replaced 
136000 mi

US $300
Accelerator requiring more than usual pressure to depress. Problem was a cracked air hose. 
133000 mi

US $1070
"Check engine" light diagnosis and repair. There was a problem with a sensor in the EGR subsystem. Replace timing belt and water pump. Technician heard whine of aging belt and suggested repair (during another service trip - it was not mentioned until pickup). I recalled that it was due on age of existing belt at this prompt. 
161000 mi

US $150
Radiator leak - radiator replaced and system flushed 
149000 mi

US $700
check engine light on-failed inspection-code po420 catalytic converters bad.Replaced front converter light did not stay off,replaced rear converter light stayed off 
170000 mi

US $300
gas tank leak,replaced gas tank 
171000 mi

US $45
Check engine light on,code for oxygen sensor.Replaced oxygen sensor and reset code. 
148300 mi

US $186
air-fuel sensor 
258000 mi Timing belt went out and took engine with it. My fault, as it was overdue. Choosing not to repair. 
148000 mi

US $300
Radiator leak. Also replaced brakes at same time. 
151000 mi

US $200
Engine was overheating. A sensor was replaced 
168000 mi EGR Solenoid and Valve replaced 
181700 mi

US $200
Replaced cracked radiator, thermostat, and hoses. 
132000 mi

US $65
Valve Gasket Cover 

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2001 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

95000 mi

US $400
Oil pan gasket needed replaced 

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2001 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

118000 mi

US $90
Thermostat was sticking open just a bit... The computer detected that the car was taking longer than it should to warm up, and set the check engine light. Replaced Thermostat 
308760 mi

C $100
The muffler was damaged so it made some noises and mild incomfort. 
89000 mi

US $300
Water pump had to be replaced and timing belt was replaced as a maintenance item. 
68000 mi

US $1300
Water pump. flow control. 

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2000 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

127000 mi Engine Light was on, mechanic couldn't find any problem, so he just turn it off. No repair was done. 
138000 mi

US $3000
Replaced timing belt, water pump, and some components I couldn't remember. Engine light was on and a local shop couldn't detect the problem so we took it to the dealer. 
83700 mi

C $100
Check engine light on. Probably a co2 sensor. 

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2000 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

194-horsepower 3.0L V6 5-speed manual FWD

140000 mi

US $400
replaced valve covers, pcv valve. 

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2000 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

194-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD

176000 mi

US $534
Charcoal canister needed to be replaced. 
132700 mi

US $132
Spark plugs & spark plug wires 
148000 mi

US $1023
Oil was leaking in engine. Two valve replacements. 
126000 mi

US $275
replaced radiator hoses 
139000 mi

US $150
Replaced charcoal canister - check engine light had come on. Required three attempts. Cost for this - $400 
156000 mi Catalytic converter bad when sold 
134540 mi Noise coming from under car. Whole muffler line had to be replaced. 
141360 mi

C $685
Oxygen detectors x 2 replaced (check engine). 
166160 mi Check Engine Code 400. Code was reset, did not reappeared. Check Engine Code 0420 Code erased. Problem reappeared and disappeared 2 weeks later. No error code since mid february. 

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2000 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

136-horsepower 2.2L I4 5-speed manual FWD

104000 mi

US $435
Leaking water pump. 
114000 mi

US $130
replace rear O2 sensor, got a check engine light 
126000 mi

US $105
flex coupler replaced (stainless braided piece before cat) was told this is common 
128000 mi

US $25
replaced leaking valve cover gasket, again.  
140000 mi

US $230
evaporative emission code corrected by replacing a part on the gas tank, previously temporary fix was evap solenoid 
158000 mi

US $300
Had Exhaust system replaced, previously had a flex pipe repair. This time flex pipe was replaced, along with muffler and pipes. 
100300 mi

US $80
idle was too low, so car stalled. 
86780 mi

C $5000
the clutch was getting old and worn out 
240000 mi

US $600
Radiator leak replaced oxygen sensor 
212000 mi

US $4000
Valves blown. Recommendation to replace engine. Chose not to do these repairs and bought new Prius V instead, in August.  

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2000 Toyota Camry 4dr Sedan

136-horsepower 2.2L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

242000 mi

US $30
Radiator fan was not operating despite high engine temperature when vehicle was stopped in traffic. I diagnosed a faulty radiator fan switch and replaced it myself. Fan now operates normally.  
244000 mi

US $700
Noisy exhaust system due to exhaust pipe corrosion. A section of exhaust pipe was replaced. The new pipe is expensive because it includes a new catalytic converter. 
117000 mi Timing belt issue car noperable 
155000 mi

US $300
Replaced intake valve stem seals. 
118000 mi

US $110
MIL illuminated with ~40% reduction in fuel economy. Code P1135 Air/fuel sensor heater circuit malfunction. Isolated problem to the sensor itself. Obtained new sensor locally from parts store. DIY diagnosis/repair took about half an hour. 
135500 mi

US $5
My mom (former owner of the car) visited, noted car was "louder than she remembered." DIY found minor exhaust leak due to corrosion on mid-pipe of (factory original) exhaust system. Sealed leak using JB Weld Steel-Stik putty. 
139000 mi

US $30
Computer threw a P0128 code (engine taking too long to warm up). Drained radiator, removed thermostat, confirmed it was stuck open. Replaced thermostat and gasket, re-filled radiator with new coolant, reset the malfunction indicator lamp. 
140000 mi

US $660
Radiator was leaking severely. Smelled antifreeze in garage. Replaced radiator. As preventative item, also replaced thermostat, part $15, labor $69. Also flushed radiator and replaced antifreeze. 
159000 mi

US $665
Water pump had leak. It was near timing belt, so replaced that as well as water pump. One year before, shop replaced radiator. Now it had a leak, and they replaced radiator again at no cost to me. 
173000 mi

US $1074
Oil pump had big leak. Car needed 5 quarts of oil over 2 day period. Shop replaced oil pump and while in there, replaced timing belt ($35 part). Mechanic said he'd replaced oil pumps in several similar Camrys over the last year. 
191000 mi Hard starting when cold; not diagnosed 
95000 mi

US $800
valve cover and pan gaskets; rotors and brakes 
105700 mi

US $533
EGR valves and gasket replaced 
163000 mi

US $435
Radiator leak (hole at top) and replacement 
159000 mi Water pump had tiny leak. Didn't need to be replaced, but we decided to replace it because the timing belt was already being replaced and we'd have to re-pay for the timing belt labor if we decided to replace the water pump at a later time. 
174000 mi

US $45
Replaced valve cover gasket to repair an oil leak. 
187000 mi

US $110
Water leak at thermostat housing. Replaced thermostat and seal. Radiator upper tank split, leaking coolant. Replaced with aftermarket product. 
191700 mi

US $100
Replaced timing belt, water pump, tensioner and idler pulley. 
144300 mi

US $250
upstream and downstream O2 sensors 
163000 mi

US $1000
full exhaust radiator 
145000 mi

US $1000
Leaking oil and water from bottom of vehicle. Replaced oil pump and gasket, water pump and assembly, and worn timing chain. 
163000 mi

US $450
radiator crack 
239300 mi

C $700
oil pan seal, oil pump, water pump, timing belt 
244900 mi

C $1000
misfiring 
125000 mi

US $950
Patched hole in muffler. 
126000 mi

US $725
Timing belt shredded. Replaced belt, water pump, assorted belts & pulleys 
182000 mi Oil leaks, including oil pump. Decided not to pay repair as it was going to cost about $1000. Was told exhaust system would need to be replaced to pass the next inspection. Quoted ~$1000 to fix. Decided (as this was also same trip as oil leaks) to get rid of the car due to high mileage and old age. 
106000 mi

US $300
Timing belt replacement, replacement of 12 y/o rubber on/around the engine, as well as valve re-alignment to fix engine clatter. 
142000 mi

US $200
There was an exhaust leak in the flex pipe upstream from the cat. 

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2000 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

77000 mi

US $430
The car stalled on me twice. We suspect that it's the fuel injection system, but the mechanic hooks it up on the computer, which tells him that the car is fine. Obviously it's not..... 

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1999 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

167000 mi

US $600
Timing belt blew on the highway. Had them replace the water pump while they were at it. 
142000 mi Leaking from rear crank seal and oil pump seal 
151000 mi

US $800
Emission- check engine light. Carbon emission filter near gas tank leaking replaced. 
120000 mi

US $150
Top of radiator developed 12 inch crack. Car was overheating. 
121000 mi

US $35
Intake tube was cracked and not aligned properly. Replaced tube. Mileage jumped up and power restored. 
124000 mi

US $20
Egr modulator went bad. Showing code p0401. Replaced part. Issue resolved. 
126000 mi

US $80
Hard starting and fuel economy dropping. Replaced spark plugs. Unsure if resolved. 
191000 mi

US $500
had leaking fr crank seal. replaced that and timing belt tensioners water pump. Then the rear main seal went bad and I have not been able to drive the car since then. no money for repair. will do the job myself in a couple of weeks 

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1999 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder manual 2WD

183000 mi

US $100
TPS bad - shown by error codes, check engine light on. Car not really drivable once the TPS went bad (lurching & bucking). Replaced TPS - issue fixed. 
126000 mi

US $200
Hole in exhaust patched. 

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1999 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

92000 mi

US $450
Also, EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) valve replaced. Charcoal canister replaced (including sensor that is built on to new unit) - couldn't determine if it has a leak or a bad sensor, but cannot order sensor separately anyway. 

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1999 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

156000 mi

US $125
Replaced gas cap, sanded rust from gas filler rim. 
207000 mi

US $331
replaced radiator, changed transmission fluid 
120000 mi

US $524
replaced EGR VSV valve Fuel Injector cleaning & induction cleaning service 
62000 mi

C $750
Emissions system valves and other components needed replacement 
65100 mi

C $120
An exhaust pipe section was installed just before sale -- it got a bit noisy. 
180000 mi

US $550
Water pump replacement. 
182000 mi Coolant leak. Repaired by tightening bolts. 
186000 mi

US $20
Coolant bypass hose leak. Replaced hose 
193000 mi

US $100
Oil leaks: camshaft oil seal, front main bearing seals, valve cover gasket, distributor oil seal. When had the distributor apart replaced the bearing as preventive maintenance.  Replaced timing belt, idler pulleys, and tensioner. 
201000 mi

US $300
Bad coolant temperature sensor replaced 
185000 mi

US $300
Leaky gasket diagnosed previously but left alone as it was a minor leak. I took care of it when I had to do the routine maintenance timing belt replacement & therefore access was easier and therefore costs were reduced. 
247000 mi

US $1106
showing a p0420 code - shop checked and the gauge before and after the cat had the same readings & therefore the cat was replaced. 
279000 mi head cracked @$3k for a refurbed engine it was more than the value of the car - so I donated it 
111000 mi

US $325
Map sensor broke. I had a used one put in last summer, but it broke in Feb. so they found another used one. 
112000 mi Coolant was leaking. Replaced "O" ring (?). (Not sure if term is correct.) No charge since mechanic had extra "Rings". 
129000 mi

US $913
Replaced the EGR Valve & gasket. (The valve diaphram was ruptured and would not hold vacuum but they didn't think they would need to replace the Vacuum Valve Assy.) After a couple of weeks the CEL came on again. Replaced Vacuum Valve Assy. 
167000 mi

US $1613
Warped head, leaking gasket. 
182000 mi

US $200
Replaced EGR control. 
141000 mi

US $1025
Vehicle when started in AM cold would die and also idled rough. Fixed motor idle speed 5sf and gasket. 
146000 mi

US $40
ECT sensor needed to be replaced per computer scan done by Autozone. 
80000 mi

US $232
My wife noticed that the CEL was lit & took the car to a mechanic who pulled the code. He tracked the problem to a malfunctioning EGR valve. After some research, it appears that this is a common malady, likely due to the sludge engine in this gen Camry. 
119000 mi

US $533
Water pump failed catastrophically, soaking the timing belt and accessory belts, leading the engine temperature to skyrocket suddenly. Tow to the shop and replacement of pump,belts,coolant,and thermostat. Previous timing belt and WP replacement at 90k 
126000 mi Throttle body clogged up by sludge, source ID'd as coming from the PCV valve/tubing - common Camry problem as the tube is routed very close to the throttle plate. Sludge caused throttle plate to stick closed, leading to extremely jerky acceleration 
135000 mi

US $45
Vehicle exhibiting a metallic rattle that was temperature dependent and comes and goes. Dealer diagnosed as needing new front pipe at a cost of $1,700. Repair declined while searching for a reasonable alternative repair. 
61000 mi

US $30
Wife ran radiator dry & motor overheated. Fluid replenished but warning light on. Replaced thermostat & fluid but light remained on. Dealer reset light & claimed was “air pocket” which they claim to have fixed. Unfortunately, the radiator now leaks Dealer discovered oil leaks around valve cover and distributor. I cannot see any leaking oil. The water pump is getting noisy though. 
102300 mi

C $300
Replace resonator exhaust pipe. 
119440 mi

C $70
Replaced the valve that directs gas vapour from the gas tank to the engine for burning. 
89000 mi

US $150
Water pump siezed taking out timing belt. Completely disabled vehicle No Warning. 87k After tow did work myself changed water pump,timing belt tensioner and idler pulley. Accessory belts and cooling flush. Repair Successful. Was going to do belt @ 90k 
102000 mi

US $70
Heard Exhaust leak under car. Leak at failed Flex Coupling. Replaced with repair pipe made for this problem, purchased online for $70. Checked Motor Mounts all OK  
103000 mi Took 20 Min to fill Gas Tank. Gas pump kept clicking off every 10 seconds at 4 different gas stations. Read online about breather hose clogging with spider webs and such. Hose located under car by fuel tank. Just blew it out wth air hose Problem Solved. 
179000 mi

US $350
Leaking 2 quarts of oil in 2 days. Oil all under engine. Muffler shop put in valve cover gasket but major leak was other seals so I'll go back - still leaks alot but less. They had trouble finding which seals were leaking. Big hole in cat converter pipe. Would have been very costly but shop guy welded it for less than 100 dollars. 
191000 mi

US $250
water pump needs a replacement. 
242000 mi Engine checklight, coolant and engine servicing. 
253000 mi

US $1000
Failed smog test. Check engine light was on, we replaced regulation valve, water pump, and few things inside the engine. CEL still on. Going to donate car. 
165000 mi

US $850
Radiator developed 3 inch crack in hose at top edge, had to have radiator/thermostat/connecting hoses/coolant replaced. 
163000 mi

US $109
Replace oxygen sensor 
175000 mi

US $180
O2 sensor replacement 
265000 mi

US $680
Timing belt broke, needed replacement. 
271500 mi

US $300
Cracked radiator. Replaced the radiator. Leaky head gasket. Replaced. 
273000 mi

US $260
Charcoal canister on EVAP system replacement 
136000 mi

US $300
oil leak 
149000 mi

US $438
The exhaust flex pipe rusted out. Shop cut off the old flex pipe and welded in a new one. Also, while the car was in the shop, I had the coolant flushed and refilled. 
160300 mi

US $278
New EGR VSV to correct P0401 code. 
132000 mi

US $112
Radiator replaced. Old plastic radiator cracked at top. Epoxy tried, but not effective beyond 200 miles or so. 

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1998 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

195500 mi

US $114
original spark wires, 4th bank misfiring due to burnt up wire 
198000 mi

US $13
Temp gauge was reading coldish during cooler weather. replaced thermostat. need a 10mm wrench (or very small 10mm socket). 2 nuts, bought thermostat and gasket, popped them in, refilled coolant, done. easy fix. no issues. 
203000 mi

US $80
Exhaust pipe near front of car had come apart. Welded in a new piece of pipe. 
197700 mi

US $180
Power Steering belt replacement 
212000 mi

US $140
Hole in exhaust. Shop welded a patch on. 
225000 mi

US $89
Expansion joint in exhaust failed. 
127000 mi

US $100
Oil sensor light comes on. Replaced oil sensor. Problem reoccurred. 
130000 mi Sold with oil sensor light coming on even after replaced sensor. 
178000 mi

US $300
oxygen sensors 
329000 mi

US $325
Water pump froze up. Replaced water pump and timing belt. 
226300 mi

C $400
Oxygen sensor for the emission system 
137640 mi

$1000
replace worn clutch 
373300 mi

US $30
Flex pipe on exhaust 

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1998 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

140000 mi

US $689
Idle air control problem diagnosed and module/valve part # 22270-0A040 at part cost of $253.20 + tax replaced. 
168000 mi

US $265
Change stuck thermostat, $265. With other maintenance items, total bill $547. 
89280 mi

C $40
Replaced SRS sensor for EVAP (used). 
91760 mi Replaced charcoal canister and VSV for Evap, cleared P4401 service code 
99200 mi

C $40
replaced gas cap as a result of service code P4401 
126480 mi

C $800
replaced engine and transmission seals 
128020 mi

C $450
replaced fuel injector cylinders #5 and #6 
138000 mi

US $410
replace fuel pump sensor 
132680 mi

C $270
Exhaust repairs. 

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1998 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder manual 2WD

153000 mi

US $575
O2 sensor and temp sensor failed. I replaced both. exhaust system replaced from cat back. 
169000 mi

US $350
O2 sensor failed. 

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1998 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

89000 mi

US $100
flex joint on exhaust pipe has be leaking for 7 months. very noisy. took it to an exhaust specialist for replacement. new joint welded in for only 100 bucks! 
186000 mi

US $600
In order to pass the IL emissions test I had to buy a new exhaust from the header on back 
150000 mi

US $1400
Needed smog (new state, needed plates) but CEL threw P0401/P0402. EGR cleaned, MAP and A/F sensors replaced, injectors cleaned. Passed smog but was CEL-free for only half a day. 
116000 mi

US $300
Crack in radiator - replaced 
136000 mi

US $500
Both timing chain as maintanance and new water steering pump that had been leaking for months and months 
155000 mi

US $60
Thermostat replaced 

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1997 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

208000 mi

US $350
Cracked engine mount was repaired. 
184000 mi

US $30
injector cleaner added to engine 

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1997 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

108000 mi

US $25
Started dripping coolant; shop found leaking water pump and crankshaft seals. Not worth repairing at this time, and the leak seems to have stopped by itself. 
116000 mi

US $1000
Engine was leaking oil, dead battery (towed for this), needed new tires, exhaust problems. 
116000 mi

US $1250
Radiator core was leaking needed to be replaced.  EGR valve and tube also had to be replaced (check engine light had come on). 
98000 mi

US $250
Cracked belts needed to be replaced. 
107000 mi

US $187
very minor radiator hose leaking around clamps 
109000 mi

US $566
Oil leaking. Replaced oil pan and gasket.  
252000 mi

US $750
cracked (or broken?) exhaust section with cat converter. Welded in a new piece of flex pipe and reinstalled. 

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1997 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

134000 mi

US $85
Pipe leading from catalytic converter to muffler rusted out. Pipe patched. 
137000 mi

US $265
pipe leading from catalytic converter to muffler rusted out 
127000 mi

US $100
Seemed to be transmission-related, but mechanic could not replicate and had driven fine since. 
156000 mi

US $700
Radiator got large leak. Had to replace radiator. 
116000 mi

US $440
Went to get car inspected. Exhaust had a hole in it. Could not inspect. Returned a week later to replace front half of exhaust. Repair successful. 
120000 mi

US $597
An item related to the EGR valve threw a P0401 code (EGR Valve Malfunction). Replaced part. 
120000 mi

US $325
"Fried" both ignition coils immediately after leaving a car wash. Car made it home stumbling, then stalled in driveway. Towed to repair shop the next day. 
127000 mi

US $405
Replaced "intermediate pipe". Snapped off while driving. 
183000 mi

US $5
Bad/sticky IAC valve. I didn't fix it. 
157000 mi

US $195
Radiator replacement 
202000 mi Engine overheated intermittently. Repaired/replaced fan. 
213300 mi

US $120
Ignition switch would not turn to "ON" position 

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1996 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

187000 mi Needs a new catalytic converter. Costs $575. Car is only worth $1700. 
203300 mi

US $250
Replaced muffler and midsection exhaust 

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1996 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

297000 mi

US $500
Catalytic converter needed replacement for state inspection. Work completed in 4-5 days 
298500 mi

US $5
Car stalled at stoplight. Cleaned throttle body. Used a $5 cleaner from autozone and toothbrush. Problem seems resolved. 

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1996 Toyota Camry 4-door

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

72540 mi

$600
change of engine 
100000 mi

US $750
replace timing belt replace radiator 
115000 mi

US $830
The choke won't open in cold start so it stalls. 
145000 mi

US $380
water pump locked, ripped teeth from timing belt 
122000 mi  
81000 mi

C $250
ignition cylinder mechanism sticking and wont turn.  
85560 mi

C $500
oxygen sensor replaced 
138000 mi

US $200
Fuel and brake lines running to the rear of the car rusted out. I don't consider this a fault of the car, but rather the salty Ohio winter roads. 
170000 mi

US $65
vent line in the fuel filler neck rusted through causing fuel to leak. problem occured due to snowy area and salty roads.  
177000 mi

US $35
the flex pipe section in the exhaust rusted through resulting in a noisy exhaust. a stock replacement at autozone bolted directly in place.  

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1995 Toyota Camry

Engine not specified

136000 mi When sold was getting a "check engine" light on intermittently which was from a gas regulator sensor. About $2,000 in repairs during the past year--struts, brakes, axle--but none in the final two months. 

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1995 Toyota Camry 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

260300 mi

US $300
EGR Valve was kicking PO401 again.  

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