What to Do (maintenance) When my Toyota Camry 2004 Reaches 150,000 Miles? on 2004 Toyota Camry

Got it used so assuming nothing's been done. batery check was good !

by in Owens Cross Roads, AL on October 19, 2013
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ANSWER by on October 19, 2013
4 or 6 cylinder?
COMMENT by on October 19, 2013
4 cylinders
COMMENT by on October 19, 2013
Best thing to do is just have a good mechanic check it out for you. Not a whole lot really needs to be done! If you have the owners manual it will show what is recommended. No timing belt on the 4 cyl to worry with, just have the mechanic hoist it and have a look. Maybe take it for a drive. There are a ton of suggested things to do but actually some/most of them are not necessary. Mechanic will know what to look for. Great car! Got one myself!
ANSWER by on October 26, 2013
The Camry should have had its timing belt changed @ 90,000 miles.If you do get it replaced go ahead & replace the water pump with a new one.They,or you have got to remove the water pump to get to the timing belt anyway.Thats only if its a 6 cylinder.4 or 6 clinder you might want to chg your sparkplugs.If its an auto transmission I would chg the transmission fluid.If its at all like my 2002 Avalon the pan will have a plug you can remove.If you do not drop the trans. pan;you will not need to replace the gasket. i
COMMENT by on October 26, 2013
their is no timing belt but chain @ 4 cyl. toyota camry. I'll be glad to know what are the main / basic and safty things I'll need 2 do. TNX !

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