22 problems related to accelerator stuck have been reported for the 2000 Toyota Camry.
My gas pedal keeps sticking when I start to accelerate after a red light. I can't find any recall information for the 2000 Camry. Please advise if there is one or will I have to pay my mechanic to fix this. Thank you.
Tl- the contact owns a 2000 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving 25 mph, the accelerator pedal became stuck and could not be depressed. The contact applied more force to the accelerator pedal, causing the tires to spin and the vehicle to accelerate abnormally fast. In addition, the accelerator pedal would not return to the original position as designed. The manufacturer was notified of the issue but offered no assistance. The vehicle had not been repaired. The failure and current mileage was 118,000. Kmj.
The contact owns a 2000 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while attempting to accelerate, the accelerator pedal became stuck. The contact stated that the failure occurred several times and that she had to continuously tap the accelerator pedal in order to disengage it. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure who did not offer any assistance since the vehicle was not included in NHTSA campaign id number: 01v012000 (vehicle speed control). The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 132,000.
I own a 2000 Toyota Camry ce 4 c - and had noticed that prior to the recalls my gas pedal would stick - sometimes not allow me to press it down. To this day, occasionally (maybe once every 5th time I an accelerating) I have to virtually kick the pedal to make the car go. The car is in great shape, light use for the past 10 years, but I want to report that there is an issue with this 2000 Camry.
My 2000 Toyota Camry has a sticking accelerator pedal that stick when pressed, requiring excess pressure. This causes the car to lurch forward. This happens daily inconsistently. I will be reporting this to my local Toyota dealer.
When stopping at a stop sign or red light my accelerator seems to be stuck when I try to accelerate again. I have to press hard to get the car to go. This does not occur every time I stop, but enough to make me worry.
Gas pedal sticks when starting out from a stopped position. This happens sporadically but more often happens after coming to a quick stop at a red light. The gas pedal sticks for about a second or two and after applying more pressure it finally engages and starts to accelerate. Note that I have not had the issue where the gas pedal sticks in the depressed position.
I have a 2000 Toyota Camry. It is not in the recall but it should be. The gas pedal sticks and has for years. This car has been back to the dealer for repairs but they were not successful. Toyota may need to expand their recall. I have been told by the local Toyota dealer that the VIN number on my car is not one of the current recalls so they will not pay to fix it.
1. The accelerator gets stuck when the car is stopped and then have to move forward. 2. It occurs occasionally. The car got stuck at traffic lights unable to move forward. 3. Complained to the dealer(Toyota direct), where I bought the car, they said they will call back and did not respond back. It is very hard to get the dealer. Called Toyota and they said there is no recall and there is nothing they could do. Told them that the dealer is not responding. Took to aaa car care plus and they said they cannot replicate the issue and the brake looks fine. But the issue still happens occasionally. (2000 Toyota Camry le). I just came to know of this site due to the recent recalls and wanted to report it.
I have a 2000 Toyota Camry. I have taken this car in for required servicing and reported to the service technician that the gas pedal was sticking. This is noticed after I have stop and then step on the gas pedal to go. The gas pedal sticks on the top so there is a jerking action when I start off. I have paid close attention to how close I stop behind other autos so that I do not hit them in the rear if it jerks when I take off. This does not happen after every stop. The service technician suggested I go to a retail store to purchase silicone grease to put on the accelerator. I have done nothing but remove the floor mat to make sure that it was not a problem. I do not have the VIN with me at this time but I can supply it if needed.
The contact owns a 2000 Toyota Camry. While coming from a complete stop, the accelerator pedal would stick in the open throttle position. She would continue to tap on the pedal with her foot until it would move back into the idle position. The dealer was contacted on several occasions and there were several attempts to correct the failure, exact repairs were unknown to the contact. The accelerator pedal was previously replaced as well, however the failure persisted. To date, the failure persists and there were no recalls on her vehicle. The failure mileage was 90,000 and the current mileage was approximately 155,694.
The contact owns a 2000 Toyota Camry. Whenever the contact would drive the vehicle at any speed she noticed that the accelerator pedal was sticking to the floor. The contact has to pump the accelerator pedal several times in order for the pedal to stop sticking and at the same time the vehicle suddenly surged forward. The vehicle has not been diagnosed by the dealer and there were no prior warnings. The current and failure mileages were 180000.
Bought my used 2000 Camry in Aug, 2008. A few months later, gas pedal started sticking when I apply pressure to accelerate after making a stop. Sometimes it happens every time I make a stop in a given day. Other times, when I'm out and about, it does not stick when I accelerate. I have to give it a little push to accelerate from the stopped position. Happens about 70% of the time. Makes no difference if it's winter or summer.
The gas pedal has a spot that sticks when you depress it. If you push quickly or sort of "smack" the pedal with your foot, you can get past the sticking spot. This has been happening for about the past year or maybe even longer. It is very difficult to depress. This happens every time we drive the car, it has never been repaired.
I went to my mechanic two years ago to report that my Toyota Camry 2000 had an accelerator sticking problem. They could not find the problem, assumed it was the mat, or my imagination. It wasn't. The problem still occurs but Toyota is only covering the last 7 years, is this because of warranty? what can I do? car is otherwise fine.
2004 occasional sticking on the gas pedal, increased by 2005 had several mishaps. My mechanics in charlotte n. C. Tried to do whatever they could to make it not stick. It would not really work, however one of the mechanic put something on it and every few months I would go back to him. Once I was on a busy street in charlotte downtown trade street, I put my foot to accelerate and I thought I was going to die that moment. The gas pedal stuck, god was with me.
Consumer indicates accelerator issues with 2000 Toyota Camry. The consumer stated the accelerator pedal stuck. The consumer managed to pull off to the side of the road and turned the engine off. The consumer stated the dealer repaired the vehicle and he hasn't experienced any problems since.
The contact owns a 2000 Toyota Camry. The accelerator pedal becomes stuck while in first and second gear. To release the accelerator pedal he has to stomp on the pedal. Also he experiences difficult steering while driving. The manufacturer was notified but no assistance was provided. The current mileage was 65,000. The failure mileage was 35,000.
I own a 2000 Toyota Camry. I've had a problem with sticking accelerator for about 5yrs now. We've tried wd40, oils, and other lubricants but haven't been able to fix. Accelerator sticks at a stand still position, or it sticks when driving at the same constant speed for longer amounts of time. To help the problem fix, I tap firmly on the accelerator a few times to unstick it. I have checked on the Toyota website recall list several times but my 2000 Toyota is still not on the list. I still have the problem and am worried. What is my next step of action? I thought that since my car was one year old when I bought it that it wouldn't be covered, but I know my car was in a previous accident before I purchased it because there was damage to the driver's side door & the rear window. Could it have been because of the sticking accelerator. I'd have to check carfax and maybe some research from there on. But I did buy the car before it was one year old. Please help me out here, I drive my grandchild in my Toyota Camry & am worried.
Consumer complained about a sudden acceleration problem. While driving at approximately 10 mph and approaching a traffic light the accelerator pedal stuck, causing the vehicle to accelerate without warning, and hitting a guard rail. Upon impact, air bags failed to deploy. The vehicle was totaled.
2000 Toyota solara se gas pedal sticks. Hard to step on it. Car jerks.
Vehicle hit a retainer wall. Upon impact, the air bags failed to deploy. Both the driver and the passenger sustained injuries. . . . . While driving consumer's daughter had a seizure and passed out with her foot on the accelerator. Consumer attempted to put vehicle in park and turn off the ignition. Took off sea belt, came into the driver's side and turned across traffic into a parking, lost garage where the vehicle struck a retaining wall. The consumer stated even though she was successful in turning off the ignition off and putting the gear in park, the vehicle continued to accelerate. The consumer stated there was problems with the accelerator sticking on several occasions including prior to the accident. Updated 04/06/11.