Ok so I have a 2007 Toyota camery with 173,000 miles on it and I have gotten the oil changed 2 now and it continues to be bone dry after about a week or so also when I press on the break the oil pan light comes on but not when I accelerate what do I need to do ?

Asked by Dec 06, 2018 at 08:25 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so I have a 2007 Toyota camery with 173,000 miles on it and I have gotten
the oil changed 2 now and it continues to be bone dry after about a week or
so also when I press on the break the oil pan light comes on but not when I
accelerate what do I need to do ?

4 Answers

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I think your engine is toast. Look for large oil leaks and check out the PCV but I think you got a bad deal.

13,190

This 2.4 liter engine has major oil consumption issues. Toyota knows about it and was fixing them for awhile but not sure they still are. They changed in 2011 to 2.5 liter engine where they fixed this issue.

10

I have had the same issue with my 2007 Camry. I have roughly the same milage. Toyota checked my car for major oil consumption and refused to fix it. Saying they could not pin point the issue. They were fixing them for a while. Not mine still have the issue and I dont have a oil leak

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I have an 2008 Camry that had the same issue, "excessive oil consumption". The dealership took care of the issue & gave me a loaner while they repaired it.

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