Toyota Camry owners have reported 35 problems related to brake abs warning light (under the service brakes category).
9/15/15 the seat belt alarm system fails intermittently. This is seat belt alarm failure is a new development. It occurs in conjunction with the abs light coming on in the instrument panel, also an intermittent event. This abs light event continues to cause additional failures, including all instrument panel indicators including bright lights, air conditioner failure warning and now seat belt alarm.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that brakes hesitated on the vehicle. The abs light illuminated and the vehicles braking system seem to not work fully. The vehicle had not had a chance to be diagnosed. The failure occurred just after the contact had a 100000 mile service checkup at the dealer. The vehicle had not been repaired. The contact found that Toyota did do repairs to the same model year Toyota Camry hybrid. Rl.
I was driving the Camry when I reached a complete stop my check engine light came on, didn't really notice any change, two days later I notice gas consumption has increased. I took the Camry into dealer, dealer diagnosed the check engine to be a faulty O2 sensor. Replaced O2 sensor and drove off to pick up my kids from school, as we are driving home, I came to a traffic light, I stopped and check engine light and abs light came on idle was disrupted briefly. I proceeded and when trying to stop car the brake pedal had become very tight to were I had to stomp on brakes with all my might to get car to stop. Drop kids off at home waited 15 minutes and started vehicle, abs light was off but check engine remained on, brake pedal was almost back to normal. I drove car to dealer again, the dealer said it is a faulty brake booster which is allowing too much air into system which in return signals for more fuel to be pumped to compensate vacuum leak. Brake booster not covered under extended warranty, and very costly 1,363. 16 parts, labor and taxes, not counting the 4 day rental. This concerns me because I beleive this to be a safety issue, if it were my wife driving the Camry with my kids she would not be able to stop the vehicle without any warning. Toyota needs to make this a safety recall before something tragic happens. I looked at Toyota forums and it seems I'm not alone, brake booster for several other Toyota models have gone bad, after 100,000 miles some at 70,000. 2007 Toyota Camry seems like a horrible guinea pig car.
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving 60 mph, there was a delayed response when the brake pedal was applied with force. In addition, the abs warning light illuminated. The failure recurred numerous times. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. The technician diagnosed that the abs switch would need to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 131,000. Pam.
The brake and abs indicator light started to come on intermittently. I checked the brake fluid container and it was extremely low. I added brake fluid. This concerned me because I had my car serviced less than two months and felt they should have noticed that the fluid level was low. The brake and abs indicator light continued to come on intermittently. I took my my car to the dealership; a diagnostic test was performed and I was informed that I needed to replace the brake actuator. Total cost was $2,086. 40. Since I've had the brake actuator replaced, I've noticed that the delayed brake response no longer exists.
Abs light came on, speedometer. Odometer, and a/c stopped working. Problem continues intermittently. Internet research indicates that this is a widely known problem with this year model and repairs are extremely expensive. Seeking repair through recall. This is a safety issue. Please advise if recall has been or will be initiated. Thank you.
When driving brake and abs light comes on and speedometer goes to 0 mph also ac stop working. Went to a Toyota dealer they say it's the battery. Tested the battery got 12v, told them I'm not stupid. Toyota forum shows a lot of people having the same problem. What Toyota waiting for to place a recall for this problem that can be fatal ?.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving 40 mph, the abs light illuminated and the brakes failed. The contact mentioned that during the failure the vehicle began to jerk violently. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the diagnostic was unknown. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 115,000. The VIN was unavailable.
I actually just bought a used 2007 hybrid Camry last Monday. There were no indicators on the dash and it looked great. 2 days later the check vsc system and abs lights come on the dash. I took to the dealer immediately and the problem is the same as everyone else here, failure in brake accumulator. The technician was very adamant about me parking the car immediately until repairs are completed. He said the brakes can go out at any time, vehicle is unsafe to drive. The repairs are going cost over $1500.
For two years now, the "check vsc" light will come on intermittently. It has happened both when I am in motion as well as stationary. At that time, several other lights on the cluster such as the abs light will come on. The brakes become very sluggish but I can ultimately stop the car. The warning lights will eventually go out, usually after I turn off the car and restart it. Once the warning lights are off, the brakes work normally. The brakes are now making a barking sound when depressed. My mechanic says I need a new abs system which will cost thousands of dollars.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated while driving at various speeds, the gauges fluctuated intermittently. The contact also stated that the abs light illuminated and the temperature gauge dropped to zero. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that there was an electrical wiring issue and the abs system was defective. The vehicle had not been repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 125,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that when they applied the brakes, the abs would sporadically engage, and the abs light would illuminate. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the contact was advised that the abs actuator needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified. The approximate failure mileage was 110,000. Kmj.
I have a 2007 Camry le and in 2013 I noticed the abs and break lights on the dashboard come on intermittently, tachometer bounces up and down and speedometer shows 0. This kept happening intermittently. This is a huge safety issue, since when driving on the highway, if it doesn't show the correct reading on the speedo meter and the breaks may not function as expected which might lead to accidents. I got it checked(diagnostics test) at a Toyota dealership and they indicated that the abs actuator unit is faulty and needs to be replaced and the cost would be around $2000. I called Toyota to complain since this is an electrical/electronic component and nothing really related to ware and tear, they indicated there are no recalls for abs actuator assembly. I looked online and found that Camry hybrids 2007 have the same problem and Toyota is providing "warranty extension" for owners who experienced this problem. I believe the same warranty extension for abs actuator should apply to 2007 Camry non hybrid models also. Seeking NHTSA help in this regard.
Customer states abs light on, (dealer) diagnostic code c1391, abnormal leak in accumulator. Recommend replacement of accumulator and brake flush. $3642. 00 inc. Tax. Part is described as accumulator/hydraulic control/ecu assembly, part number 44050-30660, by dealer. (foregoing provided by service invoice at date/time of diagnosis, 02/05/2014). (awaiting possible action by NHTSA as a safety related matter).
The first incident, the abs light came on, I turned off the car and started it again it stayed on and when I got on the road, I had to press the brakes all the way to the floor to get the car to stop. The next time, it did the same thing and after driving a while it will just release and the brakes will be back to normal. I took it to the dealership and they couldn't find anything wrong the first time because the light was off. The next time the light came on I brought it back but by the time they got the car to the back to test, the light was off again and they can't get the computer program to give an error message again. The third time, I brought it in and he came to the lane and tested it and told me it was the brake system accuator, like so many others I have been reading about. Each time this happens I have to push the brakes all the way to the floor to stop, I'm afraid I may be on the highway going a faster speed when it happens and have an accident. At this point, the car has disengaged the air bags so if there is an accident the air bags will not engage, which is another concern. $2200. 00 to repair, nearly 10% of the cost of what I paid for the car. I drive two teenage girls, my daughter and an International student who resides with us and I worry constantly about the brakes failing while we are driving due to this safety issue that I feel like Toyota should fix because of the high rate of failures. I've been saving for the repair but haven't gotten it all yet.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated the temperature gauge and rpm gauge readings fluctuated. In addition, the brake and abs warning light illuminated simultaneously. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnosis where the technician was unable to diagnose the failure. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 141,000.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry hybrid. The contact stated that while driving 50 mph, the abs warning light illuminated as the rear brakes seized. The vehicle was towed to a dealer where the mechanic diagnosed that the abs control module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the problem. The VIN was unavailable. The approximate failure mileage was 160,000.
The abs light on my 2008 Toyota Camry came on on Monday, June 24th. The ac started blowing warm air, and the rpm and temperature gauges started fluttering. Stadium Toyota in tampa, FL had me bring it in and diagnosed that the abs actuator had gone out. This backfeeds electricity into the entire vehicle. I did some research online and have found this is a fairly common problem on Toyotas. I have to pay $2300 for the repair, which is for a computer of which I had nothing to do with it malfunctioning. The abs is obviously one of the most important features, and I can't imagine everyone can afford it. Is Toyota setting up the roads to be filled with vehicles without abs?.
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Power steering make grinding when turning,brakes squeaking when backing,a/. C have bad smell when I turn off the a/c leak lots of water,when I stop and took off the car skid and a light abs light on the panel. I spoke to the mgr and he toll me was normal when a/c off open the outside air to the smell go away. And for the steering he sad the car has electronic power steering and for brakes cause dirthy and out of adjustment. On Feb 16 I took the car again for brakes then nothing wrong stillmaking the clicking noise then a month after I get a letter for the recall but same problems still there I just want know if any recalls on this issues that I write in this letter for my concerns and safe which I don't feel safe driving this car it has 18. 000 miles.
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The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that when the brake pedal was depressed the vehicle would shake abnormally. The vehicle was taken to a local mechanic who replaced the rear rotors however, the failure was not corrected. The abs warning light was illuminated and the brake pedal had to be depressed several times in order to bring the vehicle to a stop. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure and current mileage was 72,000.
I initially began noticing that when the ac does not blow cold air when turned on that all of the gauges on my dashboard stop working including, speedometer dropping to 0 while I am driving so that I do not know at what speed I am driving, my gas gauge inexplicably drops to empty, lights on the dashboard stop working and my dashboard goes dark, rpm gauge flickers wildly, brake & abs lights do not go off, and occasionally the car stops but with hesitation when braking, along with interior fogging of all windows when it rains (sometimes defroster/fans work to defog windows but sometimes it does not causing my visibility while driving to be substantially and dangerously reduced). During some online research, I believed that the issues might be related to an earlier recall so I called the Toyota corporate office and they indicated that it may be related but to take the car to my local Toyota dealership to confirm. I took the car to Toyota of hollywood and the manager stated that it was not related to the recall and that the main computer was malfunctioning and causing the subcomputers to also malfunction and estimated a repair price of $2500. While I was doing my online research, it appears that many 2007 Camrys are having the same exact issues I am having and in addition, the Toyota Camry hybrids had been recalled for the same issues as well. I do not believe I should incur the expense of repairs for issues that seem to be related to a manufacturers defect.
I bought this car new and have had nothing but trouble since leaving the lot. Biggest issue being in April 2012 began having issues with car burning/loosing oil. Car would loose 1 quart or more with in 200 miles. Have taken it to mechanicsville Toyota on different occasions and had a oil consumption test done only to be told I need to replace the motor and it is not covered under warranty not only due to mileage but not being a loyal customer and not having my service work done there. My husband is a mechanic and has done all the service work by the book. My issues happen at various speeds where the car will jerk, shake, accelerate and decelerate while the abs light, traction control light comes on and the check engine light comes on and will blink well over 20 times before staying lit. I had to drive around with a case of oil in my car never knowing when I would need to add. I have had to borrow a car from my family as I no longer feel safe driving this one. It can at any given moment leave me or just stall while driving. I have kept detailed notes from going back and forth to the dealer. As you can see by the other complaints this is a know problem with Toyota with the piston rings/seals, etc. Even though I know my ar is no longer covered under warranty, I feel Toyota being such a well known company and harping about safety should step up and do something with or without government assistance, and do something about this. I know I will never buy another Toyota vehicle as they do not stand behind them.
My 2004 Toyota Camry has started to "hold back" when I drive it. Then the abs light came on and started flashing and when I stepped on the brakes, the flashing light went off. I called the lancaster PA Toyota dealer and the service department said that as long as it is intermittent and not constant, it is nothing to worry about. But I wonder how many other Toyota customers have had problems with their anti-lock braking systems.
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I have a 2010 Toyota Camry. Abs light and vsc light illuminates insistently on dashboard when pressing on brake. This is happening for 4 months.
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Brake-abs-vsc-trac off lights in my dash have been coming on for the last couple weeks with increasing frequency. First just once, then a week later every couple days, finally 3 times in one morning. When I took it to my personal mechanic, they said there were no codes. Then I called the dealer where purchased and someone suggested venting the gas cap. It still came on again later that day, and I took it to the dealer with the lights illuminated. I have been told my brake, abs/vsc and trac off lights have been coming on in my 2003 Camry lev6 because the vsc computer needs replacing for almost $1,800. On a car with only 25k miles that is absurd and I refused!! the dealer consultant even said that was odd. There is obviously a defect for this to go bad. I have read on-line forums where many truck and SUV owners are experiencing this same problem. I feel that this is a safety concern and a problem Toyota is responsible for. I am not about to spend this much money on a problem that should not have occurred in the first place. Some owners say they have been told that various sensors could be at fault and not the whole computer. One owner said he found it was a bad brake pad! I think the sensors should be checked for replacement. Whether it is the sensors or the computer, it is a factory defect, and Toyota should pay for it.
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|Brake Disc Pads problems||
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|Brake Master Cylinder problems||
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