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Old 07-03-2009, 01:38 AM
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Hello. How much mileage can you get on 98 Toyota Camry motor? Any idea? Thanks!
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Old 07-06-2009, 06:21 PM
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depends on how you drive it and how often you maintain it. (air filter, oil changes, change your belts) i've known people to overclock their odometer on these cars.
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i have a 99 camry v6 with 190,000 and it runs amazing every day new belts plugs and oil changes all the time. keep urs maintained
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My 96 Camry V6 has 220k on body and trans...I presume the replaced engine that has 60k on it had the same as the body and trans..regardless she still drives like a champ.
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Well, I have two 92 camry LE's and the one has an auto and the other is manual. The auto has 186,000 miles on it, and the manual has 289,000 miles on it. I have to say these are really well built cars. the only thing I've done is changed the oil every 7,500 miles and kept up on the belts and tune ups. I replace the air filter and spark plugs every 7,500 miles too. I've replaced the radiator in one as well. I replace the timing belts every 50,000 miles too. If you have a well maintained vehicle, it should last well over 300,000 miles depending on the driving conditions. I used to own a 1992 civic with a d15b7 motor in it as well, and that car had 390,000 origonal miles on it before it decided to die! I like the power/gas mileage on the camrys better than civics though. My auto seems to be really poor though on gas mileage?


should last well over 300,000 miles depending on how hard you beat it, how well you maintain it. I recommend changing the oil at least every 7,500 miles like it suggests on the hood, and in the book. Also, Timing belt at LEAST every 80-100,000 miles. Good luck!

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