At the dealer they did a test and said my wife Camry consume 1 quart of oil every 1000 miles, this was normal and there was no fix. Things seem to be going well. I checked online and many people has the same issue on 2009 Camry. Went to the Kendall Toyota and was told to do the oil consumption test. All the required fluids will be listed in the Owners manual. Whats going on with my car.
Synthetic is more expensive but we did that. This is not fair Toyota having such reputation. The approximate failure mileage was 26,000. Within few days engine oil warning light showed up, took to the same dealer and he said don't worry it will be fixed free. We first noticed the problem when we took it from Atlanta to Charleston in 2017. There are no visible leaks. The car is excellently maintained and the oil has been changed regularly since purchase.
Car has been brought to this dealer with no oil on the dip stick, and ignored. The other day I had another Camry come in and this time i only added 4. Pay what dealers pay by using this option! They want us to buy another Camry? The contact indicated that the oil was last changed on August 13, 2018. Well, hopefully nothing is damaged, but those places aren't known for using the best oil. Any other engine has the filter underneath the car. Note: Not all models may be outfitted with a cabin air filter.
I called Toyota place in garden grove and the person I spoke to said that they are unable to help me since recall has been expired and to call headquarters. The vehicle was diagnosed as having an oil consumption failure. The vehicle was not repaired. Make sure that you don't mix it with other kinds of oil despite of its co … mpatibility it's highly not recommended. Keeps engine clean and sludge free. Change oil when Oil Life Monitor tells you to change the oil or go by the owner's manual factory drain interval.
It's a known issue with these cars and motor. Start your car for about a minute and let the oil pressure build. I took the vehicle to the dealership to initiate the test with the car still under 150,000 miles. The contact stated that several quarts of oil were placed in the vehicle, all of which were consumed within a short period of time. My odometer reading is 76488 miles. If it isn't printed on the oil cap, check your owners manual for the exact type before adding new oil.
We bought an ignition coil and spark plug and found a mechanic in the area to get us going again. I had a mechanic check it all over for leaks resulted in gasket replacement , no other leaks detected. Last week the oil was gone again, filled it back up. Only after searching the internet for a fix was I made aware that this problem is well known by Toyota. There's no codes on diagnostics, no noises or lack of routine maintenance. We were told that we had to change to synthetic oil because it would burn less oil. The contact also noticed that the vehicle burned oil rapidly.
Quoted From Squibcat: Is synthetic necessary, or can i use the 5w20? When I was done I noticed that it was overfilled by a quarter of a quart. I had to end up adding 4 quarts of oil every oil change. I never thought that there would be a requirement for synthetic in a car. I also informed her that I took my Camry 2009 into the dealership in January 2018 to get the dashboard replaced from another recall but no one informed me about the engine recall during that time either. No leaks, no spills, just 1 quart of vanishing oil in as little as 1,200 miles.
The Car calls for 10W-30, 20W-50 would be used only if you had e … xtremely high mileage on the car. I was informed that it was not enough for Toyota to be fixed. The primary coverage for this issue was good until October 31, 2016 and secondary cover until 150,000 miles or 10 years from the date of first use whichever comes first. The contact owns a 2009 Toyota Camry. The car is excellently maintained and the oil has been changed regularly since purchase.
The vehicle was taken to maplewood Toyota 2873 maplewood dr, maplewood, mn 55109 651 482-1322 prior to the failure and was informed that the vehicle failed an oil consumption test. Pop the hood and locate the oil filler cap and dipstick. There's no codes on diagnostics, no noises or lack of routine maintenance. I'll make sure it's very well known and I'll go buy my a Honda or Acura they seem to still be standing by their names these days!! You can also see blue exhaust. It sometimes get stuck where I have to press even harder and then the front wheels start spinning too rapidly.
I myself had a 1999 Camry V6, and loved it. I also have recall on dashboard that have not being replace yet. Incorrect removal and replacement of the harmonic balancer on a 2. However I did think it was unusual for such a seemingly dependable brand to have such extreme oil consumption. Go by distance or time. Check what type of engine is in your Toyota Camry.