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post #106 of 247 Old 01-23-2014, 10:14 PM
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Brake fluid level ok?

2012 Camry XLE Hybrid
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Yes, everything is fine. Mystery. Back to driving her. Still like the car a lot.



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Update.

Light came up again, on way back from work. Took about a week of driving to happen. I drove straight to Toyota dealer, but because it was past regular hrs, they could only use hand held scanner. It did not show any error codes.
Guy told me to bring her in after light stays on for several days. He called it something very intermittent.

I'll pull ABS sensors tomorrow and clean them. Will report.



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Ok, pulled speed sensors out, there are only 2 of them on the front axle, cleaned and reinstalled. They did not look bad at all, but brackets holding them to struts looked over-crimping wires. Loosened that a little bit too. Pulled and cleaned and lubricated slip sensors connectors in the rear hubs; can't pull sensors out, they are pressed in. Drove for few miles, no light. No doubt it will come back. She's a tease.







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USA LED H11 and 9005s

Hi! Any recommendations on a LED H11 and 9005 for my 07 TCH? I'm thinking of putting Crystal Vision Ultras on them but I noticed that more and more LED 9005s and H11s are coming out now. Thanks!
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Well there aren't any LEDs that are going to help you see better at night.... LEDs really only work well as a DRL if you are willing to loose the normal function of that light (usually high beam or fog light)
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AEM DryFlow Air Filter

Will the AEM 28-20370 DryFlow Air Filter fit the hybrid? On some sites it says it will and on others it says it won't.



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5 Qrt jug of Mobile 1 for $10

Walmart has 5 Qrt containers of mobile 1 for $22+tax and if you send in this mail in rebate for $12 it comes out to $10

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They don't list Walmart
http://www.mobiloil.com/USA-English/...l_1_Rules.aspx

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Some guy on the slickdeals forum called Mobil to double check and indeed Wal-Mart and Amazon are certified dealers so the rebate is good to go for those 2 retailers. I think the list they have isn't a comprehensive one to say the least.



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Even though WalMart isn't listed they honor the rebate because they are an authorized reseller. I took the chance last time and bought 14 five quart jugs and got rebates on all of them
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yup never had an issue buying from walmart and getting a rebate from Mobil
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Even though WalMart isn't listed they honor the rebate because they are an authorized reseller. I took the chance last time and bought 14 five quart jugs and got rebates on all of them
14 x 5 = 70 quarts! WOW! Do you have a fleet of vehicles?
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14 x 5 = 70 quarts! WOW! Do you have a fleet of vehicles?
Between my Sequoia and Highlander I'm up to about 14 quarts per oil change so it'll last me about 10 oil changes total between the 2 vehicles. Plus I'm a person that if a deal is good I'll stock up in case it's awhile if ever before it comes around again.
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Between my Sequoia and Highlander I'm up to about 14 quarts per oil change so it'll last me about 10 oil changes total between the 2 vehicles. Plus I'm a person that if a deal is good I'll stock up in case it's awhile if ever before it comes around again.
But, but, but, you might want to buy all-electric vehicles before those 10 oil changes.
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