Toyota Camry owners have reported 81 problems related to check engine light on (under the engine and engine cooling category).
I have taken fairly good care of my car throughout the time I have had it which is almost 10 years but the mileage is only at 130,000. I was driving one day and the car completely turned off but I had never had anything like this happen before, even never had any significant problems with the car so this came as a surprise. I had just had the oil changed about 2 weeks prior and had regular maintenance done at that time as well. I took the car to my mechanic and they believed they knew what the problem was since the check engine light was appearing. They fixed said problem but they realized the car was still displaying the check engine light and also revving. They suggested I take the car to the Toyota dealer so they could read what was happening and why the check engine light was on and the car was not running properly. They ended up diagnosing that one of the cylinders was misfiring and that the engine needed a complete overhall/replacement. The estimate given was $6000 for the engine (this site did not accept this amount) and another amount which I can't recall for the labor. I have not yet decided what I will do but wanted to look up any engine recalls or issues others were having with their Camrys and came upon this site.
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My car is dying when is running and the steering wheel get lock and doesn't matter what speed I go everything turns off so please let me know what it coud be because doesn't show any check engine light or anything please help.
In July 2016 I began to notice my car was struggling to maintain it's power. When I drove the car and stepped on the gas in wasn't getting much power. When in traffic or stopped at a traffic light it would stall when trying to drive off and then the check engine light would come on. I brought my car to Toyota service center and they worked on my car for several days. They were able to get the check engine light of and remedy the problem but could not determine the cause. In December 2016 I started to experience the same problem. I was losing power and the car would stall when at a complete stop, it was right after the check engine light came on. I brought my car back to Toyota for servicing and they had a difficult time determining the cause but came to a conclusion that it was a sensor code. I followed their advice for servicing and paid for the the sensor code to be replaced. Now we're here in March 2017 and I'm having the same problem. The same pattern where the car struggles to gain power and when I drive to to stop in traffic the car begins to stall. It is right after the check engine light comes on. I returned to Toyota for the problem but hey could not diagnose the problem. My car is being returned without a cause.
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Check engine light came on at 9,195 miles. All lights go off when I turn it on except for check engine light.
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Took the car to good year change a bunch of parts. Aftet that took the car to get the oil changed. On the 01/27/2016 check engine light is now on the the vehicle. I sent you are report last week as well. I need your intervention. Please stop Toyota from ripping consumer off. It now states that the gas cap is off and or loose. This is not the case.
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Oil level low for 2009 Toyota Camry serviced within recommended service intervals. Oil change by dealer 06/08/13 at 62,444 miles. Oil change by jiffylube 02/22/14 at 67,433 miles, reporting oil level 1 quart low on arrival. Oil change 09/27/14 by dealer at 71,774 miles. Oil light on ~06/29/2015 followed by oil change by jiffylube 07/01/15 at 76,277 miles, reporting oil level 1 quart low on arrival. Oil light came on 10/30/2015 then check engine light on 10/31/2015. Stopped by jiffylube 11/01/2015 at 78,035 miles to learn oil level was once again 1 quart low. Fluids topped off by jiffylube. However, check engine light remains on. Please let me know if other such reports exist, if this has been identified as an issue, is being tracked and next steps. Thank you.
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When I was driving the vehicle I noticed when I get to a certain speed the check engine light start to flash until I slow down or the vehicle won't move until I park it turn it off for a few minutes and then turn it back on. So I took it to the dealership and they told me I need a new engine.
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.
The contact owns a 2003 Toyota Camry le. The contact was traveling 45 mph, the check engine light illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician determined that the bolt connected to the intake valves to the engine had become loose and allowed coolant to run on to the exhaust. As a result, exhaust fumes emitted into the vehicle. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 180,000.
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The contact owns a 2013 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that after starting the vehicle the check engine light illuminated. The contact inspected the vehicle and found that rodents had damaged the electrical wiring by attempting to build a nest inside the engine compartment. The vehicle was taken to the dealer but was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified but no solution was offered. The failure mileage was 6000. Updated 02/11/2014.
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The is a service bulletin regarding the replacement of the catalytic converter and reprogramming the ecu. I don't think Toyota notifies current owners of free work to be done that is not an actual recall. Instead they wait to see who finds out on their own. The service bulletin TSB 2404 dated 07-01-04 covers the replacement of the catalytic converter and reprogramming the ecu to resolve the problem. It mentions the smell of sulfur from the exhaust and was apparently the only reason most people had it checked out. My wife's car has had the smell of sulfur for a few years now, but since we don't make it a habit of making our car exhaust smell pleasant we never thought anything of it. Now, the check engine light is on and the catalytic converter needs to be replaced but her car is over the 8 year, 80,000 mile limit of the TSB. If we were notified of Toyota's design error earlier and had the catalytic converter replaced and the ecu reprogrammed for free, we would not be looking at a $1000 repair bill in our future. We should not have to pay for Toyota's error, we already paid for the car.
The contact owns a 2003 Toyota Camry solara. The contact stated that the check engine warning light illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was determined that the oxygen sensors needed to be replaced. The dealer did not provide a reason for the failure. The failure mileage and current mileages were 59,000.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving approximately 35 mph, the check engine warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the piston and rings needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure and current mileage was 133,000. The VIN number was not available.
I used the date of 2/23/2013 because that is when the problem became full blown but about 2 months before that date the car began surge when I put the car in gear after being parked and while at a stop sign. It sounded then and still sounds like a fly wheel or something under the hood is running at a very high rate of speed. If I had not had my foot on the brake it felt as though I would have gone forward into the car ahead of me. Finally on 2/23/2013 the car started surging and then hesitating non-stop. The check engine light came on and began to blink so I crept back home with fear. When the car hesitates it feels as though it loses power and there's a backfiring sound in the rear. I took the car to aaa, they did a diagnostic on the computer and I had the ignition coil and spark plugs changed but the problem still exists. The surging and hesitation happens when the car is in gear (both drive and reverse) but not in neutral or park and it is constant. I have a fear that either the car will surge ahead while driving on a highway and I will cause an accident or be killed because the car may just completely stop. I contacted Toyota corporate office on 2/28/2014 to see if there was a recall and to ask if they were aware of the problem. The representative said no to both questions, but I see that's no true.
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The vehicle experienced catastrophic engine failure. A hole has appeared on the side of the engine. The oil level on the engine was and is full up. The coolant level was full up. No warning indicator lights were in evidence on the dashboard prior to and during the failure. All maintenance was current and most was performed by the Toyota dealer. The mechanic that inspected the vehicle after it was towed to his facility indicated that it was the second year 2000 Camry that he has seen with a catastrophic engine failure this year. Weeks prior to the failure the check engine light and the air bag light illuminated for a short time. They reset themselves prior to the mechanic examining the vehicle and he could find nothing wrong. There was no trouble data recorded in the computer.
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When stationary at traffic light or stop sign. When a/c is turned on and brake pedal is depressed the entire car is drastically shaking an vibrating beyond controlability. When gear is in neutral the heavy vibration is gone away. Was told by service manager that this is an normal behavior of all cars past 40,000 miles. Was told that I would have to let the vehicle learn my driving habits again since the new throttle body component was installed. Once the unit was installed correctly again engine lights kept coming on thus returning back to the dealership. Took 3 attempts to complete the engine lite issue but the violent shaking and vibration is still going on.
My son drove the car on highway about 10 minutes at 10pm and he saw the engine light on and the can was a little bit shaking. After about 5 minutes, the car speed slowed down quickly and there were smoke from front hood. He pulled the car by shoulder, then car was totally dead. The mechanic technician gave a report after checking the car that "waterpump failed and engine ran too long without coolant and melted engine". What a shame the Toyota car quality it is as I was always regularly maintained my car by Toyota dealer.
The contact owns a 2003 Toyota Camry. While parked, the check engine light illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostics where the technician replaced two oxygen sensors. After the repair the check engine light illuminated intermittently and the contact noticed that the interior lights, radio and the mileage on the instrument panel continued to illuminate after the key was removed from the ignition. The contact replaced the battery but the failure continued. On another occasion while driving approximately 10 mph the vehicle stalled without warning. There were no further repairs performed to the vehicle. The approximate failure mileage was 139,000.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact was driving 30 mph and attempting a left turn when the vehicle lost traction and swerved from one side of the road to the other. The contact stated that the check engine failure light illuminated during the failure. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer and the manufacturer was not contacted. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and the current mileages were 57,000.
On Tuesday, 7/12/2011, I needed to have my 2000 Toyota Camry inspected to get the renewal sticker. I took the car to r&d automotive here in asheboro because a check engine light had come on. Two of the codes would not clear. They had to replace the evaporative emission system canister at a cost of $300. 00, not including labor, in order for the car to pass inspection. I have found online that Toyota has had/is having a problem with these canisters. Therefore, I request to be reimbursed $300 for this canister.
The contact owns a 2002 Toyota Camry. While driving at any speed, the contact stated that the vehicle would suddenly stall intermittently, then the check engine warning light illuminated. The dealer advised the contact to bring the vehicle in for diagnostic testing. The contact did not inform the manufacturer of the failure since he knew that there were no related recalls. No repairs were performed. The current and failure mileage was 50,000.
The contact owns a 2003 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that the check engine light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that there was a leak on the head gasket and they are unable to repair the problem unless the motor was replaced. The manufacturer was contacted who stated that they were not aware of this failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The current and failure mileages were 99,600. Updated 03/02/11 updated 04/29/11.
2011 Camry with 3000 miles. Going uphill, car seemed to stall-as if running out of gas. I let go of gas and car appeared to be ok. Half a second later, I pressed the gas pedal and car stalled. Dash lights came on, power steering no longer worked. I put car in neutral and tried to start it, would not start. Came to a stop, removed key from ignition and then tried to start care. Car started but sputtered at idle. Car had 3/4 tank and check engine light never came on-other than when dash was lit up from stalling. Took to dealer. Ran diagnostics on it and said everything was ok. They were not able to duplicate issue.
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The contact owns a 2008 Toyota Camry. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for recall 09v388000 vehicle speed control: accelerator pedal on June 2010 with 55,000 miles. On August 27, 2010 while approaching the intersection 35 mph the check engine light illuminated and she heard a noise underneath the hood the vehicle stalled after a few seconds the vehicle suddenly accelerated with her foot on the brake pedal. The vehicle will be taken to the dealer to be diagnosed. The VIN was not available. The failure and the current mileage was 60,000.
About 2 months ago I started experiencing a jerking of my car at about 40 mph. My car is a 2002 Camry xle v6. I took it to the dealership and had two tech's ride with me and they experienced the jerking but couldn't determine what it was. Now the jerking is getting worse and is happening at all speeds. I have about 111000 miles on the car presently. I have had a few times where I thought the car was going to stop completely in the middle of traffic. I called Toyota's national office to make sure my dealership hadn't missed a recall or service bulletin and the national office said there wasn't a recall or service bulletin. However, I have found many similar complaints on the internet. The national office offered to call my dealership, which they did, I don't know what they'll do for me since last time they told me until a check engine light comes on they can't do anything. I have never had a check engine light come on.
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|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
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|Check Engine Light On problems||
|Gasoline Engine problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||