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Old 09 Jun 2006, 02:25 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I brought new 07 toyota camry recently, i have only 2000 miles on this
car till now, i need to move to newjersey from Atlanta, can anyone
suggest that can i have long drive on new car?
is it good for car? any suggestinos please....

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Vinod.

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Old 09 Jun 2006, 03:05 pm   #2 (permalink)
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you must be joking right!!!!
what did you buy the car for?.............to go to the local
convinience store?


Here is an idea.....ship the car and why dont you go by
greyhound.......


vinodbabu04@yahoo.com wrote:
> I brought new 07 toyota camry recently, i have only 2000 miles on this
> car till now, i need to move to newjersey from Atlanta, can anyone
> suggest that can i have long drive on new car?
> is it good for car? any suggestinos please....
>
> Thanks
> Vinod.


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Old 09 Jun 2006, 03:50 pm   #3 (permalink)
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vinodbabu04@yahoo.com wrote:
> I brought new 07 toyota camry recently, i have only 2000 miles on this
> car till now, i need to move to newjersey from Atlanta, can anyone
> suggest that can i have long drive on new car?
> is it good for car? any suggestinos please....
>
> Thanks
> Vinod.

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With the - there's a name for this - some kind of computerized
machining - I'm sure I'll think of it right after sending this message,
anyway, means "break in" period is not as critical as with less precise
machining methods where it took some time for the parts, primarily the
piston rings, to seal to the cylinder walls, and it was recommended to
vary speed as much as possible.
If you haven't already done the first oil and filter change, do that,
and you should be fine.
Sorry, I don't remember this number either, but just recently read the
precision of cylinder bores in a modern engine and I belive it was in
ten thousandths of an inch - .0002 something
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I looked up the name I didn't remember - it is CNC machining -
computerized numerical control - results in highly accurate machined
surfaces, that's why it's OK to drive to Atlanta after 2,000 miles.

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Old 09 Jun 2006, 04:34 pm   #4 (permalink)
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vinodbabu04@yahoo.com wrote:
>I brought new 07 toyota camry recently, i have only 2000 miles on this
>car till now, i need to move to newjersey from Atlanta, can anyone
>suggest that can i have long drive on new car?
>is it good for car? any suggestinos please....
>

Highway miles are easy miles. Your car will enjoy the drive to Atlanta a lot
more than short around-town trips.
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Old 09 Jun 2006, 07:48 pm   #5 (permalink)
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Driving I95 you have a lot of varing the speed (Mostly stopped around the
Woodrow Wilson Bridge at MD/VA border! I'd keep the speed down below 70 for
the trip though.

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>I brought new 07 toyota camry recently, i have only 2000 miles on this
> car till now, i need to move to newjersey from Atlanta, can anyone
> suggest that can i have long drive on new car?
> is it good for car? any suggestinos please....
>
> Thanks
> Vinod.
>



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Old 10 Jun 2006, 08:09 am   #6 (permalink)
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You use less power to move at 55 then is usualy used from 0-30. Just
stay around 60 and vary your speed a bit, check oils and tires a few
times, defects do occur.

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