I know the standard brake bleed sequence (rr, lr, fr, fl), but I also know that each modern ABS car has a specific bleed sequence laid out in the service manual for the car. The bleed sequence from the service manual routinely deviates from the “standard” bleed sequence quoted above.
Considering purchasing a 7th generation camry and I saw a 2012 that I liked that a private seller is selling. It has 115k on it.
Has most maintenance records from his ownership (maintained at dealer) and his friends ownership (maintained at local shop).
How reliable are the 2012 4 cyl's?
Just like the title says....just about every other Camry generation has one of these threads, so it's only fitting for Gen 7 to have one, too, especially now that they're out on the road finally! :chug:
Post away, but please keep it on topic!
Got a new to me camry with 23,000 on it. Short story is I got under it to survey things and the sump on the oil pan had been mashed in towards engine about 3/8 of an inch. No leaks but am concerned with how close the oil pick up is to bottom of pan and weather it may cause lubrication issues...
I noticed something on my headlight and wonder if this is normal. It seems that either a pattern is being protected onto the fixture or maybe they are just dirty. It is equal on both sides. I'd appreciate some insight. Thanks.