436 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2007 Toyota Camry. 63 of these members
(14.4%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 79 engine repairs to 2007 Toyota Camrys--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
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 ...
Computer error caused battery to not be charged. Reprogrammed computer and had to replace the battery.
Oil pan gasket was damaged and oil was dripping. The gasket was replaced the same day. car is working normal
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.
Leaking waterpump. Fluid leaked onto alternator belt. Waterpump and alternator belt replaced under warranty. Coolant flushed and refilled at owner's expense.
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.
Still the same problem as before:
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".
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.