21 problems related to air bag not deploy have been reported for the 2008 Toyota Camry. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2008 Toyota Camry based on all problems reported for the 2008 Camry.
Experience involuntary acceleration of 2008 Toyota Camry. The car was traveling on a highway. I try to breaks but the car continued until it hit a medium. This was a front on collision. The airbags did not deploy. The car was totaled.
Takata recall: I was involved in a collision on January 27, 2018 with a Jeep ranger in my 2008 Toyota Camry. I was getting on the freeway exit road, the posted speed was 65mph and had no time to avoid the accident. After making contact with the Jeep my car then went into a fence. The air bags in my Camry never deployed. And I have suffered from injuries and significant medial bills as a result of the air bags failure to deploy.
I was in center lane. Driver in right lane changed lanes and struck my 08 Camry in passenger side. This forced my car head first into a concrete wall. A 3rd vehicle then struck the drivers door. Air bags did not deploy. I had to be taken to the er by ambulance. I incurred shoulder, neck and head injuries as a result of the air bag failure. Car was deemed a total loss.
I was driving in a residential area and I was talk with my friend and I took my eyes off the road and beore u kno it it was to late an I had went straight up the curb through the font lawn an crashed into the pillar of the patio an the garage. The air bags did not deploy I hit my the steering wheel wiith my uper chest an chin an mouth then someone ask me if I was ok an said they called 911 and the help me get out of the car an ased if I was hurt an that my air bags didnt deploy the cops arrived an the ambulance an I was immediately checked out I told them I was ok that my chest hurt a little an my jaw they said I was lucky it wasint whose especially with the air bags not deploying .
The contact owns a 2008 Toyota Camry. The contact stated while driving approximately 5 mph, the visor fell obstructing the driver's vision as another vehicle crashed into the front driver side of the vehicle. The air bags failed to deploy. The driver sustained back and leg injuries. The front passenger sustained neck and back injuries. Both, the driver and passenger required medical attention. A police report was filed. The vehicle was destroyed. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 88,000.
My son and a friend were driving in a neighborhood when a driver failed to stop at her intersection. He t-boned her vehicle and the Toyota clipped her Ford explorer making her car airborned. Her vehicle fishtailed rear end of vehicle into a tree with our Toyota attached to front end. Our entire front end is smashed in and both airbags failed to deployed.
The contact owns a 2008 Toyota Camry. The contact was driving 45 mph and crashed into the rear of another vehicle. The contact¿s air bags failed to deploy. The contact sustained a fractured nose and bruising to the face. The vehicle was destroyed. A police report was not filed. The failure and current mileage was 62,000.
A spider got into the a/c drainage tube causing water to drip inside of the car. This caused the airbag light to go on in the car. Prior to bringing it to the dealer I cleaned out the car and noticed the floor was soaking wet under all of the mats. The dealer told me I could not drive the vehicle with the airbag light on that it is dangerous. I was informed that it would not be covered by the platinum warranty I took out when I purchased the car. I had to pay for the repairs even though it's a hazard. Today I found out that there was a recall on Camrys, avalons and others but for the 2012 and 13 models. I called Toyota headquarters and they told me they would not reimburse me because my car was not included in the recall even though it's the exact same issue. I'm lucky the airbag did not deploy on it's own and cause damage to me. Please help!! thank you.
I was in a motor vehicle accident hitting the rear of the vehicle directly in front of me which had come to an abrupt stop. My airbags did not deploy, causing my to hit my head on the steering wheel and my knee on the dashboard. I sustained a post concussive syndrome, lost 6 months of work, and 1 year of school, not to mention the financial hardship.
2008 Toyota Camry. Consumer states air bags did not deploy during vehicle crash.
Front in crash totaled car and air bags did not deploy.
Vehicle overturned hitting both driver and passenger side. Passenger side curtain airbag deployed. Driver side curtain airbag did not deploy. Driver side pillar and body panels had greater damage.
On April 2011 I was involved in an auto accident my Toyota solara 2008 struck another vehicle my speed was 45 mph and the vehicle that I hit was at a full stop. My air bag did not deploy even though my vehicle sustained heavy front end damage. Fortunately my seat belt was fastened and prevented serious injury.
Crashed 2008 Camry going at about 35 miles per hour and airbags did not deploy. The front of my car was extremely damaged and car was total loss.
My 2008 Toyota Camry was struck from behind by a car going roughly 60mph. The force of this hit pushed my front end into the guardrail and back into the car in front of me. My car was totaled. The air bags did not deploy.
2008 Toyota Camry with brake failure. Consumer states that the brakes failed while trying to stop. He states the vehicle did not seem to slow down and that the airbags did not deploy. The consumer stated he noticed the abs did not activate as it was designed. When he applied the brake, he noticed a lack of pulsing . He quickly released his foot from the brake and re-applied pressure to no avail. Consequently, the consumer crashed into the rear of truck. The consumer stated the other vehicle stopped abruptly due to traffic congestion and the roads were slick. The consumers vehicle was deemed totaled by the insurance company.
I was involved in a car accident on a snowy day, both vehicles were totalled. The 2008 Camry the air bagsfailed to deploy.
I totaled my 2008 Toyota Camry June 2009. I t-boned a truck as I pulled out from a stop sign entering an intersection. My insurance company totaled the truck as well. The problem is my air bag did not deploy. The ems worker and the insurance adjuster stated that with all the front end damage, the air bag should have deployed. I've been diagnosed with post concussion syndrome. Memory loss, tendonitis etc. For which I am told all time can heal.
A head on collision cause an injury to the driver's left arm, neck bruises, shoulder chest, back and back of my head due to the air bag failed to deploy after a strong impact in the front of my vehicle.
The contact owns a 2008 Toyota Camry. While driving 55 mph, the contact rear ended the preceding vehicle. The air bags failed to deploy. The insurance company stated that the air bags should have deployed and declared the vehicle to be destroyed. The front end was severely damaged and the vehicle was towed from the scene. The contact struck the steering wheel and sustained injuries to the chest, along with breast pain. She was the only occupant in the vehicle wearing a seat belt. A police report was filed. The air bags had not been previously repaired. The failure mileage was 14,000.
The contact leased a 2008 Toyota Camry for a taxicab company. A driver ran the red light which caused the contact to strike his vehicle. The approximate speed of impact was 30 mph; however, the air bags did not deploy and the vehicle was destroyed. The bottom part of the seat belt malfunctioned and the seat belt did not secure him during the crash. He sustained major injuries which included a tear in his heart, concussion, and the discs in his neck and back. He notified the manufacturer; however, they offered no assistance. The dealer advised him that the taxicab company purchased the vehicle and sold the parts on it. The current and failure mileages were approximately 74,000.