Absolutely! I’m nearing 250k and shooting for 300k + ! What head Unit did you install?I didn't do any repair but made an effort to pull aside and shot a pic when she reached 200k miles!
After 18 years, the '04 reached this mile stone yesterday!
I took over maintenance from a trusted mechanic after he moved out of the area in 2017.
Replaced the radiator, condenser, stock radio with a head unit supporting android auto and apple car play, installed a backup camera hooked to the head unit. The above-mentioned mechanic did timing belt n water pump at 156k miles. I did valve lash adjustment in 2021.
Still have original suspension, starter, alternator. Smooth transmission. Shall I set another goal of 250k miles?
They did verbally say they fixed it but, I guess I'll never know for sure. Anyway, that was one expensive fuse! lol$175 an hour for labor? Sheesh. Hey, he mentioned a loose wire in the fuse box, yet no mention of fixing it.
I just took the Camry in this morning for what I’m hoping will end up being warranty work. Otherwise I’m on the hook for the diagnostic fee of $195. By this time next year shop rate at the dealer will be over $200.$175 an hour for labor? Sheesh. Hey, he mentioned a loose wire in the fuse box, yet no mention of fixing it.
I worked at a Toyota dealership in their lube department. The floor manager damaged a part on the customers car and told me that he was going to charge them to fix it. Reasons like that, and many more reasons I quit. I advice everyone to stay away from that dealership. Karl Malone Toyota. I watched the managers help us when we got swamped torque down lugs with impacts, and was perfectly fine doing so. It was about how fast you can do the bare minimum to flag hours, and not about the quality of work. Plugging tires instead of patching them (customer had a blowout and one of the techs teaching me got his tire back, because he plugged instead of removing the tire and patching it, which would have shown that the tire was too dangerous to patch, because the inside wears out from driving on it flat). Voiding the tire warranty in the process. Even after I brought it to their attention. It was like the blind leading the blind. I was constantly butting heads with the manager over the way things were managed, and the lack of support. They couldn't keep employees long enough, and the employees were in competition with each other causing its own friction. Was too glad to get out of there.I just took the Camry in this morning for what I’m hoping will end up being warranty work. Otherwise I’m on the hook for the diagnostic fee of $195. By this time next year shop rate at the dealer will be over $200.
Well, it's fixed anyways. Time to roll on.They did verbally say they fixed it but, I guess I'll never know for sure. Anyway, that was one expensive fuse! lol
Hmmm the actual bulb MIGHT be the same as ones that go on the Cruise Control but the mountings they come in are shorter.I thought the CC light was the same as the others.