2003 model oil consumption more why

Asked by Feb 17, 2015 at 05:22 AM about the 2003 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM  NO MORE  TEMP RUNNING IS VERY SMOOTH GIVE
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100,365

Question is too sketchy, need more information, how many quarts between changes, type of oil, blue smoke out tail pipe, is it running cold etc.

i will take this car now 2 or three month only before he have change engin that is why 400 km running getting oil Les than haft litter c walve change now gasket also change no more leak any thing milage ok

100,365

Still don't get it.

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still not yet clear mention problem

41,255

I believe on some of those models, they are known for an oil consumption problem. There are a lot of very angry Toyota customers. They feel that Toyota should issue a recall. Toyota has been dodging the issue for some time now. Just Google "Toyota Camry oil consumption". Seems to happen mostly in the 2003-2007 models. You can always try running a heavy oil. See if that makes a difference.

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What Engine is in this vehicle? Check the decal located under the hood. It should indicate a series of numbers and letters. Some engines are now covered for 150,000 miles for this problem.

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original engine change i dot know what is the problem i will take now 3 month only every week half litter oil need other every thing ok not heat also engine full removed and reset how can solve the problem please help no more resetting maybe 5000 riyals

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41,255

When you say your heat doesn't work, do you mean that when you turn it on, the fan is not working? Or is the fan working but no heat comes out?

we can repairable or enging full change

Camry change engine that is why i ondt know we can solve the problem other wise remove again reset oil consuption more use 500 k m after i litter coming less

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