Yes, any good major brand will do.
The Toyota Camry is a good family car as it provides safety, comfort, good gas mileage, attractive styling, good value for the money, and a reliable source of transportation.
the Toyota Camry does have a good service record and is a best selling car for good reason due to the fact that it is very reliable and has an highly tune able engine
All major brands are excellent. If your Camry has over 100,000 miles on the ODO I recommend you use a High Mileage oil. I personally use Pennzoil High Mileage SAE 5w30 in my Toyota Truck with 135,000 miles. It does not use one drop of oil and runs perfectly. Just make sure you use the correct weight that is recommended by Toyota.
you will go to the toyota dearler it good pleace
The Toyota Camry gets good gas mileage and is very fuel-efficient. The Camry averages about 28 miles per gallon. The hybrid version is even more fuel-efficient, averaging 41 miles per gallon.
The 2012 Toyota Camry comes in two versions - hybrid and regular. Both the regular and the hybrid have 2.5L. The Camry has been in production since the mid-80s and has consistently received good reviews.
start the engine if it runs its good
If the car is in a good condition, it's one of the best used cars you can get.
85000 miles ish
maybe if you had a good lawyer, but i wouldn't count on it
Replace it with a know good one, if that fixes your problem then its the igniter.
A good used Toyota Camry with high mileage and a maintenance record.
A Toyota Camry is one good choice.
I'll never change to another brand
The way I would verify the gap is to go too www.NGK.com, and enter the info on your car. The site will show the available brand names of spark plugs, their respective part number and the gap for each brand name. Good Luck.
The safety ratings for the Toyota Camry are: good, acceptable, marginal and poor. These are based on performance in high-speed plus evaluations of seat/head restraints for protection against neck injuries in rear impacts.
maybe the igniter no good
5W30. It's a good choice to buy fully synthetic oil.
yes itine and youll be good will you will just have to change a few things on the eng
An onboard diagnostic scan would be a good first place to look.
It depends on reader. If you reader can supports OBD I and has appropriate adapter then you are good to go.
car run good but has a little vibration idle or running
go to the website autorepair.about.com and they have the step-by-step instructions. good luck!
If they appear to be in good condition, then NO, do not replace them.