Toyota Camry owners have reported 10 problems related to rearview mirror (under the visibility category).
The contact owns a 2016 Toyota Camry. While driving with the windows down, the vehicle vibrated violently and prevented the contact from using the interior and exterior mirrors. The dealer was aware of the failure, but was unable to repair the vehicle. The manufacturer was not notified. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 5,422.
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Rear view mirror inside became detached from the windshield. A piece of the windshield came off with the mirror. We are now faced with possibly having to replace the windshield.
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The electric driver side mirror quit operating. It first quit moving up and down and now it will not move side to side. Appears to be a short from an electrical defect.
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The contact owns a 2008 Toyota Camry solara. The contact stated that there was no padding in the front arm rest of the vehicle. He experienced extreme discomfort. In addition, the automatic dimming mirrors dim in low-light situations. He cannot manually adjust the component. On one occasion, while driving at an unknown speed in rainy weather conditions, the mirrors auto-dimmed. Visibility was reduced and the contact crashed into another vehicle. There were no injuries. The dealer would not assist. The manufacturer referred him to a dealer. The failures have not been remedied. The failure mileage was 100 and current mileage was 3,000.
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Rearview mirror inadequate serious blind spots. Worse than any other car I have driven in 40 years! 2003 Toyota Camry-all.
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The automatic dimming inside rear view mirror does not dim sufficiently to eliminate glare from the headlights of cars behind me at night.
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While traveling on indian head highway, consumer swerved to avoid a deer, instead swerved to the right/lost control and hit a guard rail. Upon impact, front air bags failed to deploy, driver suffered injuries, and vehicle was demolished. In addition, there was a sulfur-like or rotton egg odor coming from exhaust system. Also, brought vehicle to dealer for following problems: poor alignment/engine check light/fuel injector/ spark plugs, mirrors, and structural defects.
Vehickle was equipped with with power control mirrors as stated on widow sticker. However, power controlled mirrors failed. Toyota has not resolved to this date.
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Outside side view mirror failed.
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When making a sudden stop brakes will experience a longer stopping distance intermittently. Dealer cannot determine defect. Dealer would make so called adjustments, however would not remedy the problem, a brake specialist detected brake problem, but could not find the exact problem, consumer feels brakes are unmatching parts or something along those lines that does not allow for repair, the dealer has adjusted rear brakes, replaced brake pads, machined rotors, replaced rear wheel cylinders. Consumer states vehicle is too low to the ground, vehicle would scrape the ground while entering and exiting driveway that had a very small peak, dealer stated strusts were fine, consumer feels struts are defective. Vehicle has a loud engine noise and idles high on a cold start, dealer adjusted the timing belt. Left sun visor is loose, dealer tightened, visor mirrors were crackedm dealer replaced. Air conditioner has an odor when in use. Tires keep losing air, found tires were missing a valve stem. Engine light illuminated, dealer replaced air fuel sensor, engine stalls at times when starting, deale replaced the iac valve. Right headlamp is dim, dealer ordered new bulb assembly, bulb shorted. Consumer contacted previous owner of vehicle who stated that there were many brake problem that the dealer could not fix, manufacturer told her that some of these vehicles were made with an ill fitting part that would eventually be recalled, previous owner had returned vehicle due to these brake problems, when current owner bought vehicle Toyota hid the fact that vehicle was leased and that it had experienced these brake problems.
See all problems of the 1998 Toyota Camry.