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Thread: '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

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    Default '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

    What all should be done for a 60k mile tune up on an '01 camry?

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    Default Re: '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

    http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/ma.pdf

    This is for a gen 3

    do everything thing except for the timing belt
    do it at 90k

    or open ur car manual. it will tell you.. (really)

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    Default Re: '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

    Quote Originally Posted by S-Man View Post
    What all should be done for a 60k mile tune up on an '01 camry?
    As the previous post showed, that's what needed for basic maintenance.

    One more important thing is to completely flush out your transmission oil and refill with new oil etc. It's best done by the dealership with the specialize machine they have. Hope this helps!
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    Default Re: '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

    I disagree with SAM-RAI on one thing. (sorry)

    Since you are in Houston. Go to A+ Transmission on Jones Rd just north of FM 1960 on the west side for a full transmission service for only $39.00 plus tax. They are busy too. They truly service (drop the bottom pan) the tranny and replace any filters (all makes and models) as well as physically look at the clutches and such for wear. One can barely do that on your own for that price figuring in the time (unless you have your own lift).

    That Stealership Flush costs too much and doesn't do diddly for inspection purposes. Nor does it fully flush the old fluid. IMHO, the flush is a half-arsed way to service a transmission.

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    Default Re: '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

    Quote Originally Posted by Camry300 View Post
    I disagree with SAM-RAI on one thing. (sorry)

    Since you are in Houston. Go to A+ Transmission on Jones Rd just north of FM 1960 on the west side for a full transmission service for only $39.00 plus tax. They are busy too. They truly service (drop the bottom pan) the tranny and replace any filters (all makes and models) as well as physically look at the clutches and such for wear. One can barely do that on your own for that price figuring in the time (unless you have your own lift).

    That Stealership Flush costs too much and doesn't do diddly for inspection purposes. Nor does it fully flush the old fluid. IMHO, the flush is a half-arsed way to service a transmission.
    It's OK to disgree with me Camry300, but I find it hard to believe for anyone to do a "full transmission service" for $39.00 plus tax. Especially including the cost of filter and trans oils (approx. 10-12 qts. needed) which will already cost more than the $39.00 total.

    The dealership use a specialize machine designed for transmission oil flush. Without this machine, there's no way to flush out the oil completely. This complete flush take about 90% of the old oils out and replaced it with new oils etc. Wether you believe it or not dropping the pan and draining the trans oil is only partial works where the rest of the dirty oils still sit in the transmission

    I agree the cost for the trans flush service is high, but I shop around and they all cost about same from small independent shops. Since I know the people that work at the dealership, I rather do it there and watch them do the work and seeing the process/result at the same time.

    The $39.00 full service transmission cost sound too good to be true and you know how the old saying goes... If it sound too good to be true, its probably.......

    Just my thoughts!
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    Default Re: '01 Camry 60k mile Maintenance/tune up... What should be done?

    A+ Transmission Specialists
    11729 Jones Road
    Houston, TX 77070
    281-890-8202
    Ask for Jim.

    Special is $39.99 (plus tax) for a 2001 Camry 2.2 with an Auto Tranny. Just called and verified the price since it was a couple of months since they did mine.

    Watched them do it myself. Stand up guy, Jim. Can't be beat.

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