2011 Toyota Camry Repair and Maintenance Costs
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2011 Toyota Camry ProblemsPower Steering Leak From Pump and/or Hose
The power steering pump and power steering hoses tend to develop leaks, particularly in the V6 models.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate because a component of the oxygen sensor stops working. As a result the engine computer is unable to determine the proper ratio of air to fuel for the engine. Replacing the failed oxygen sensor should correct this concern.
Cars equipped with an automatic transmission might experience a hesitation when accelerating. Revised software for the on board computer is available which may correct this problem. Software revisions are commonly most helpful on newer vehicles. once the mileage builds up a worn component could cause similar problems. Whenever major transmission work in performed, the transmission software should be updated as necessary.
2011 Toyota Camry Questionsdisplay does not show outside temperature (1 answer)
it shows the mileage average
at night when I turn on my headlights on my dash lights go off and the lights around the radio used to light up automatically when driving at night and now they don't.
When I get to 70 mph on interstate the loud sound stops only occurs during acceleration
2011 Toyota Camry RecallsSeat Heater
Southeast Toyota is recalling certain vehicles because the seat heater element may become damaged as a result of compression of the seat cushion. The damaged element could short causing burning of the seat cushion, increasing the risk of personal injury. Dealers will disconnect seat heaters with copper strand elements and refund the purchase price of the seat heater accessory to correct this concern.
56 vehicles are being recalled because the rubber boot on the front suspension lower control arm ball joint may have been damaged during manufacturing. The damaged boot could leak lubricant resulting in premature wear and/or failure. A failed ball joint may separate from the steering knuckle resulting in loos of vehicle control. Dealers will inspect and replace the suspect ball joints as necessary to correct this concern.
Vehicles have a tire size/weight rating label to inform owners of the carrying capacity of their vehicle. These models are being recalled because the incorrect vehicle weight rating is shown on the information label. This could result in vehicle and tire overloading, increasing the risk of tire failure. Owners will be provided an updated vehicle weight label to correct this concern.