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The Toyota Camry begin with the Toyota Celica. The Camry name was introduced in Japan in January 1980 It was a designation for four-door saloon versions of the second-generation Celica , which, rather confusingly, bore little relation to the Celica itself but used parts and a lengthened chassis donated by the second-generation Toyota Carina.
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From better fuel efficiency to retaining your car’s value, these simple tip will keep your Camry running and in top shape.
1) Don’t skip scheduled service. Check your owner’s guide and find out when your scheduled car maintenance services are. Usually maintenance involves checking or replacing parts like spark plugs, wires and timing belts. Down the line, other major parts may need replacing in order to keep your vehicle running efficiently and safely. Use genuine Toyota factory parts available here at Mcgeorge Toyota Online Parts
2) Replace the air filter. Think of it as your car’s lungs. By replacing clogged air filters on older vehicles with carbureted engines, you can improve your car's fuel economy and acceleration by a few percent under normal replacement conditions, according to FuelEconomy.gov, the official U.S. government source for fuel economy information. Additionally, replacing clogged air filters on newer cars can help improve acceleration time.
3) Change your oil. CHANGE YOUR OIL..... This is one of the simplest car maintenance services you can do to keep your vehicle in good running condition. Not maintaining it could void your warranty (check your owners manual to find out when you’re due for service) and even cause an engine failure, which can cost thousands. Keeping your cooling system in working order is also important. So this is also a good time to have a system flush. Getting the pump, hoses, fluids and belts checked is also part of proper cooling-system maintenance.
4) Check your tire pressure. A in expensive tire gauge can save you $$$. Check your tire pressure regularly (including the often-overlooked spare!). This helps to improve fuel efficiency, cut down on tire wear and tear and lets you know if your vehicle is correctly aligned.
5) Wash it. Washing not only keeps your vehicle looking good; it's also a good way to maintain that new-car finish. Allowing a layer of dead bugs, bird droppings, dirt and chemicals to accumulate on your vehicle can strip away wax and eventually paint. If you decide to wash your car yourself, don’t use household cleaning agents like hand soap, dishwashing detergent or glass cleaner, which can also strip off the protective wax. Use a product designed specifically for cars.
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