2003 Toyota Camry LE
2003 Toyota Camry LE questions and answers
Q: how much does a 2003 Toyota Camry LE cost?
I brought this car as a brand new with only 20 miles on it.I have a 2003 Toyota Camry LE with 69816 miles on it , and it was very well taking care, we change the oil every 3000 miles or less by ourself , we put something extra to make the car running even better and smooth and we go to the dealer for 30,000, 60,000 check out. I just wonder what is the maxium money that i get from this car?
A: www.kbb.com www.edmunds.com www.nada.com Look up the trade in value if you are trading it in and the private resale value if you are going to sell it yourself.
Q: how to Make my 2003 Toyota Camry Le Faster and perform better?
I am a 16 year old kid... i live in the country area of GA the south... and i drive a 2003 Toyota Camry LE 4 Cylinder 157 HP "silver" with alloys.. i drive to school and back... i want to know how to make it perform better.. and make it look better i dont wanna spend to much like genral performance tips and make is well kinda faster
A: First thing about performance anyone with a brain will tell you is opening an engine up and letting it breathe better. Things like Headers, aftermarket intake, and exhaust. Stock units are not performance minded, they are cost minded, which means they usually restrict airflow quite a bit. They may not net you huge gains, but they will help your engine run better and rev faster. It's the kinds of things you'll notice right away. After that spark is your next biggest, easiest power adder. Things like performance wires and a GOOD set of spark plugs will also help. These things can all range in price depending on what gains you want and how high quality you want. Remember higher cost usually means higher quality, but not always. Be sure to check reviews of anything before you buy to find out if it's worth it or not.
Q: What was the list price of a 2003 Toyota Camry LE. Thank you?
My sister and I are having a little trouble with the actual price of a New 2003 Toyota Camry LE. I say it cost around $20,000, she says $30,000. I know it depends on the actual "deal" made, but please give me an estimate on this. Thanks again No...I mean when the car was new how much did it cost? lol! That was funny! Sorry I wasn't clear. You guys are not understanding what I am asking I guess. How much was the list price for a new 2003 ...IN 2003. Sorry it's so hard to understand my ?.
A: Do you mean the 2007 toyota? I don't think you can find NEW 2003 Camry anymore. I do not know where you live, but toyota do show their list price in their respective country. Try http://www.toyota.com/ for example , the list price for Camry LE is $19,925 BTW, great choice, I am driving a Camry 2004 though, no regret!
Q: How much does it cost to replace a serpentine belt and tensioner on a 2003 Toyota Camry LE V4?
1) What should be the average cost of labor in Sacramento Area? I am paying $340 for the whole job including replacing timing belt and tensioner + Labor. 2) Do i have to replace this at 60K mile warranty? Toyota doesnt show it as a part of its maintenance schedule.
A: wait serpentine or timing?? u asked 2 different questions.....serpentine should cost about 50 bucks if u pay some 1....timing ur price is about average.....
Q: I have a 2003 Toyota camry LE and I'm planning to replace the tweeters. How can I remove the old ones?
A: if they are stock from the company they will be a pain. you have to take off carefully all the car panels and after that its pretty simple, you can just cut off the old tweeters and hook up the new one, but i recommend not to use electrical tape, im not sure what they are called but they look like little blue or red barrels and are way better you can find them at any electronic store.
Q: Is that a good buying car 2003 Toyota Camry LE 69,000 Miles $11,000/OBO?
Hi this is my first time to buy a used car.. so i really want to know is that a good buying car. 2003 Toyota Camry LE 69,000 Miles $11,000/OBO do i have any more discount from the owner... if yes how.. and when ... thank you for helping......
A: on kelly blue book if the car is in good condition meaning the exterior and interor is ok and the engine runs fine, the price on a 4cyl camry is 10,975 .. tell him to come down to 10,900
Q: is $10,495 a good price for a 2003 Toyota Camry LE?
Its got 74,000 miles on it. And is it a risk to buy a Toyota Camry with 74000 miles on it?
A: if it was properly maintained it should be good. have a trusted mechanic check it out for you.
Q: New tires for 2003 Toyota Camry LE?
The car has 32K miles on it. During servicing the dealer advised that the tires need to be replaced as they are all worned out & offered to replace them under a 'special offer' with 60K mile Yokohama tires for total $419+tax. I've never purchased tires before, still it sounds pricey to me. Also I want to research my options before purchasing. So for now I refused this offer. I've now the following questions for you tire specialists out there: a. Is it normal for Camry tires to wear out in 32K miles under normal driving. b. Is there a good site I can find out tips, tricks, pitfalls, etc. involved in purchasing new tires. Basically all that I need to know about purchasing new tires, especially as a first time (ie. novice) buyer. c. What are some good places to buy tires (I'd prefer physical stores). What should I look for in the store. d. What are the good brands, and what brands must be avoided. Any other things I should know before purchasing new tires? Notes: I do not want to spend too much on the tires, yet would like to have decent enough tires that will work good in both summer and snowy winter of Kansas. And for those of you who plan to provide funny non-serious answers just for the sake of 2 points, please consider giving them in the Jokes category instead. Thanks to all of you in advance. I can assure you of your 10 points if you give me a good enough answer.
A: A) Like all manufacturers these days, Toyota is now putting tires on their cars that last typically 35K, so at 32K for your first tire change sound about right. $419 + tax is not unreasonable for 60K tread tires. You can get tires for cheaper, but then their mileage warranty is typically less as well. Cheapest you can get are 35K warranty tires. (typically run about $40 per tire) The higher the tread wear warranty, typically means the rubber is harder and I've learned through experience this typically means a harder ride in the car. You'll fee more of the road if that's what you want. Lower treadwear warranty typically means a softer ride. This may not always be the case, but that's my experience. B) Two separate ratings on tires one for temperature and the other for traction. They are rated A,B,C. Where A is obviously excellent and B is acceptable. I stay away from C ratings unless you're stuck and desparate for a tire. The Firestone tires that gave the Ford Explorer such a bad name had a C rating on one, (I can't remember if it was traction or temperature) Most tire dealers charge for a lot of extras, such as warranty for tire replacement, free flat fix. Most places charge $10 per tire for this warranty. Do ask for their other hidden fees that they may not tell you up front. 1. How much does balancing tires cost. (Typically around $8/tire) 2. Does this include lifetime balance? (These days no). 3. Tire disposal fees 4. Valve replacement (I recommend tire valves be replaced every 60K. This could mean ever other tire replacement if you buy cheap tires, or if you get the 60K tires, replace on every tire replacement. C. Now I know someone out there is going to shoot me, but I think the best deal on tires is at Walmart or Costco. They don't do anything fancy, just get you new tires, with a good tread wear warranty. (Be sure to ask walmart what the tread wear warranty is, they typically don't offer this information up front). D. As long as you are watching the traction and temperature ratings, I don't look at any particular brand.
Q: Is ABS standard on a 2003 Toyota Camry LE?
I read somewhere that it was not and about died! They said it was an optional package and available standard on the SE and XLE. How is that possible? I thought it came standard on all vehicles now? Any info for this? Also, what are your thoughts on this car? I bought it used and love it so far!
A: ABS is not standard on all vehicles, even for 2008. They will be shortly, as it is an inexpensive options for manufacturers to add. 2003 is the last generation Camry, where ABS was not standard on the LE model. It is a good car. You will be driving it forever with normal maintenance.
Q: 2003 Toyota Camry LE Trunk Open indicator?
The trunk open indicator on the dash does not come on when the trunk is open. Is this simple enough for DIY? My initial thought is that some fuse could be blown but would appreciate some help.
A: if it were a fuse then other things would not work... check the bulb and the switch in the trunk
Q: Toyota Camry 2003 LE 100,000 mile serivce recommendations?
What do we need to do for 100,000 mile service in Toyota Camry 2003 LE V4 as I have been doing Oil change, Air Filter, Cabin Filter changes on a regular basis. Do we need to do anything else or what is the best place to do 100,000 mile service? Please e-mail me at email@example.com
A: You might need new spark plugs and wires and maybe some sort of tune up but that should be all you need.
Q: What is the maintenance schedule for a 2003 Toyota Camry LE w/ 60,000 miles odometer.?
Everytime i took my car for an oil change the mechanic always asks me to change air filter, cabin filter, ATT oil, and other extra maintenance things that i think i dont need.
A: well normally with toyota u change your belts about every 90,000 and spark plugs every 100,000 and if you havent changed your antifreeze then you will, they say toyota red antifreeze is suppose to last 5 years but i would change it every 3 because it breaks down just like regular oil does. and i would get done the tranmission fluid normally you change that every 40,000 since its just like oil. if you got a normal paper air filter then change that about every 7,000 but its going to be cheaper if you get a kandn reusable one
Q: Does the 2003 Toyota Camry LE (4-cylinder) use a timing belt or chain?
A: THE 2AZFE HAS A TIMING CHAIN. DONT LISTEN TO ANY OF THESE FOOLS GIVING YOU ANSWERS. 02 TIL CURRENT 4 CYL CAMRY MOTORS ARE CHAINS.
Q: white 2003 toyota camry le v6?
I just tinted the windows and added white mud flaps and a spoiler, what else can i do to this car to make it look nice? To me it looks like an old lady car and i'm only 26. HELP! and to back up my comment i saw one at target the other day in a handicap parking spot with a 99 year old lady trying to get out.
A: ur model of camry can look very sporty with just side skirts and 17 inch rims. try grounddynamics.com body-kits.com -they both have lot of body-kits for ur car. Google the 2003 camry SE edition....u will notice how much difference body kits make
Q: dose a toyota 2003 camry le have two oxygen sensor and if so where would they be?
A: Assuming it is a 4 cylinder it has two. One on the exhaust manifold likely between the front of the engine and the radiator, and one just after the catalytic converter underneath the car.