Re: aging "93 LE 4cyl auto

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Old 24 Jul 2003, 08:25 pm   #1 (permalink)
David Cutler
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Default Re: aging "93 LE 4cyl auto

Not much except for wear items....oxygen sensors and the power steering
pump. Flush the transmission and change the differential fluid, clean the
throttle body, flush the brake fluid (if you haven't done it in the last
three or four years). You should be good for another 100 000 miles.
"Randy Mize" <r.mize@mchsi.com> wrote in message
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> I bought this car new but now it has 177000 plus miles on it. Can anyone

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> the group give me the heads up on potential trouble spots for a Camry with
> this many miles on it.
> Thanx for any input
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Old 25 Jul 2003, 06:30 pm   #2 (permalink)
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mark Ransley wrote:
> Are you sure there is differential fluid to be changed I never heard of
> this for a 91 Camry, I beleive the trans and diff are one unit
>


If its a 4 cylinder, yes, there is one, if its a 6, there is also a
diff, but it shares fluid with the tranny

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Old 25 Jul 2003, 11:18 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Thanx for the input guys. For any who may be interested, the motor mounts
went bad and were replaced about 50,000 miles ago and the struts are in need
of replacement now. It has a small oil leak around the distributor (half
quart every 2000 miles) and still gets 30+ mpg on trips.

"David Cutler" <KayAndrea@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> Not much except for wear items....oxygen sensors and the power steering
> pump. Flush the transmission and change the differential fluid, clean the
> throttle body, flush the brake fluid (if you haven't done it in the last
> three or four years). You should be good for another 100 000 miles.
> "Randy Mize" <r.mize@mchsi.com> wrote in message
> news:xBDTa.130255$Ph3.16723@sccrnsc04...
> > I bought this car new but now it has 177000 plus miles on it. Can anyone

> in
> > the group give me the heads up on potential trouble spots for a Camry

with
> > this many miles on it.
> > Thanx for any input
> >
> >

>
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