13 problems related to water pump have been reported for the 2007 Toyota Camry. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2007 Toyota Camry based on all problems reported for the 2007 Camry.
New water pump installed at time of purchase in 2013 at 89k miles. Engine currently at 151k miles as of 10/2016 and water pump needs replacing again. Estimated ~$1200+ for 15hrs labor and parts.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that the vehicle was taken to the dealer for a manufacturer's satisfaction campaign for the water pump. During the dissembling of the vehicle, the technician notified the contact that the vehicle had a 2003 motor and that the repairs could not be performed. The vehicles water pump and tensioners were repaired, however during a test drive at the dealer the technician blew a block in the engine. The vehicle was towed back to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the vehicle would need a new motor. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 137,000.
1st repair: 2/17/2014: check engine light/smoking/stalling: replace water pump and drive belt $539. 2nd repair: 4/07/2014: check engine light/rough idle: replace spark plugs and #2 coil, air filter $540. 3rd repair: 4/04/2014: check engine light/rough idle/overheated: cracked head gasket, replace thermostat, oil valve, coolant, coil plug clips found broken from previous repair $1811 (occurred while on a trip -stranded, 2 weeks w/o car due to location of repair shop due to being on vacation) 4th repair: 5/23/2014: check engine light/stalling: found oil leaking into spark plug tube shorting coil; replaced valve cover gasket, sealed spark plug tubes $560 total repair from 2/17 to 5/23/2014 grand total: $3450 we purchased vehicle on the pretense of a very reliable/low maintenance. Very disappointed and not very likely to ever recommend Toyota to anyone. Our question remains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Can we get any reimbursement. The Toyotat service advisor was surprised that the water pump, which started this fiasco, failed with such low mileage.
Driving on highway, heat gauge spiked suddenly. While trying to bring the vehicle to stop and pull to the shoulder , engine is lost. I had the vehicle towed to a Toyota dealer and was told that engine was lost due to water pump failure. They estimated $ 6,000 cost for a replacement engine. Six months and less tan 5,000 miles before the incident, Toyota dealer offered $11,000 for the vehicle during the oil change service. Vehicle was always serviced at the Toyota dealer. Six months before the incident, I was told by the dealer that (when dealer offered $11,000), there might be a slight water leak, but, it is a known issue, and therefore, keep watching the coolant level. I kept watching the coolant level as they told me. Coolant level was normal before I started to drive right before the incident and within 50 miles of driving engine was lost. It was within an hour of checking the coolant level.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that the pulley for the water pump failed and caused the serpentine belt to fail as well. The contact stated that the vehicle did not over heat prior to the failure. The pulley was rattling and making noise prior to the failure. The vehicle had not been taken to the dealer. The VIN was not available. The failure and current mileages were 74,000.
In March 2013, I took my car to my dealer for a scheduled oil change and also because I had noticed a ticking noise under the hood. The service technician stated that because it was a rainy day, he could not hear the ticking noise during his test drive. I was still concerned, and asked him if he was sure it was ok for me to continue driving it because I heard the noise every time I took off from a stop. He said it was fine to drive and to bring it back in if the noise continues. In may 2013, at 64,756 miles, I brought the car in again because the ticking noise was continuing and seemingly getting louder. A different technician checked it, and afterwards I received the devastating news that my car experienced "internal engine failure" and needed the engine replaced. I was given some price estimates for used engines, none of which were warrantied for more than a year. When I informed them of my inability to afford an engine replacement, Toyota suggested that my car undergo an oil consumption test by my dealer, which I did. After 1,000 miles, the dealer determined the car was not burning oil excessively. Toyota then offered no further assistance; the dealer then offered me a discount on the engine replacement. In all the years I owned the car, the check engine light had never once come on. (the only other issue I had had with the vehicle was a water pump failure on 5/22/2012, which was replaced at 56,891 miles. ) I have all documentation showing that timely oil changes were performed for the entire life of the vehicle.
On December 29, 2012 the dealer told me that the water pump was leaking and needed to be replacea as well as the 4 front struts. February 2014 took the car for an oil change 85 thousand miles. Told that my card did not have much oil, of course I blamed them, I thought they were lying. Because I always have my oil change every 5 thousand miles, so I asked them to check their records. I took the car to be inspected another mechanic, the car has no oil leak. I took the car to be inspected another mechanic, the car has no oil leak. I mechanic told me that that problems is with piston rings and it will cost me a lot to fix it. Since I cannot effort to get it fix I been adding 1. 5 quarter of oil every 2,000 miles.
I took my car for an oil change at 85 thousand miles to a local mechanic , and I was told that my card did not have much oil, of course I blamed them, I thought they were lying. I always have my oil change every 5 thousand miles and did not have a problem before. I took the car to be inspected by another mechanic; he found no oil leaks. The mechanic told me that the problem is with piston rings and it will cost me a lot to fix it. Since I cannot effort to get it fix right now, I been adding at least a 1. 5 quarter of oil every 2,000 miles. On December 2012 I had problems with 4 front struts leaking and water pump. Thank you very much maria.
When I do 70k miles maintenance in Toyota dealer, they told me my car has water pump leak, oil pan gasket leak and front struts leak. And I heard many Camry owner suffered from water pump leak. I think it is potential safety issue. So I report this. No accident happen.
2007 Toyota Camry le 6 cyl. - premature water pump failure with 32,755 miles. The dealership was aware of the technical service bulletin regarding leaking water pumps. They claimed that they would give me a discount on a new pump. . . . Labor & parts totaled over $800. 00 !!.
2007 Toyota Camry. Consumer states problem with noise from engine due to water pump leaking. The consumer stated the water pump should not have failed, with such low mileage.
2007 Toyota Camry, 4cl high oil burning rate - car engine was making loud. Brought to dealership and was told that I had almost no oil in the engine. Damage was done to various parts including crank shaft, water pump.
2007 Toyota Camry 2. 4l at 68,000 miles - water pump failure.
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