Hmmm, just realized that both parts that failed were made by Denzo....
> wrote in message
> No, they are not as well made as the pre-97s. Or even the highly
> regarded 82-84 (nobody wants these anyway). Toyota is slowing the
> introduction of new models just to address the quality issues they've
> encountered. In 2005 about 10% of Toyotas were affected by recalls.
> Only Ford did worse at 12%. Compared to 6% for GM.
> That's why I say to wait on the 07 Camry to let the bugs work
> themselves out. So far we know some of these transmissions, with 20%
> fewer parts, skip gears after two months. I didn't know 20% of a
> transmission's parts are optional ;) But if you can find a new 06 still
> around at year-end clearance price it's probably the best bet.
> lobo wrote:[color=green]
>> My wife's Camry has been virtually trouble free.
>> With 136k we have done the expected,Timing belt,cam and crank seals, oil
>> pump O rings, plus transmittion oil change,coolant change ...etc.
>> But my 2002 Camry with only 40k has recently had to have the air/fuel
>> and a/c mag.clutch relay replaced.
>> So, I'm wondering if this is a sign of things to come.Has Toyota come
>> to the planned obsolesance that the American car manufacturers succumbed