really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
28,572 miles

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2010 Toyota Camry Owner Comments (Page 2 of 2)

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problem #7

Jan 012010


  • miles


Information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6) from:[xxx] subject:Toyota comments: I recall a similar problem with military aircraft, in which the engineers (myself included), could not isolate a system error. It was repeatedly fixed with no success. The problem fell down to a firmware error, on which the software was running. The firmware logic code was a third party provision to the system, and none of the engineers had real access to the logic circuitry. The firmware tested fine, and ran the test code as well, with no errors. It wasn't until the system was fully operational, that the system threw the errors. Since it was the firmware that threw the errors, none of the sensors or any of the system logs caught the problem. The vendor of the firmware "assumed" it was always the user code "the oem" that was at fault, and any log was aimed at monitoring the software execution, and not the firmware processing. In watching the major auto manufacturer come to his knees, it struck me as to how similar, the situation seems in this case, to what we experienced, in the air force. Perhaps there should be some modicum of consideration to the firmware architecture in your investigation, and not just the software. Just a thought for you to have fun with. Davec from NHTSA web site.

- Portland, OR, USA

problem #6

Mar 082010

Camry 4-cyl

  • miles
Consumer is concerned with the 2009 and 2010 Toyota Camry defect issues. The consumer owns the 2010 Camry and he and his wife purchased the 2009 Camry for their son. The consumer and his son are afraid to drive the vehicles. They want to return both vehicles.

- Springfield, IL, USA

problem #5

Mar 012010

Camry 4-cyl

  • miles
2010 Toyota Camry concerned with recent Toyota recall. The consumer stated he examined his recently purchased vehicle and he found it virtually impossible for the gas pedal and floor mat to become intermingled. The consumer stated the problem is much more serious than shortening thee gas pedal and replacing a floor mat as indicated in the recall. Updated 03/17/10 the consumer did not state that he or his wife experienced any problems, but due to the news reports, they are afraid to drive the vehicle and it has since been garaged. The consumer listed several questions he would like to have answered. Updated 04/20/10 updated 10/27/10

- Round Rock, TX, USA

problem #4

Feb 012010

Camry 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles


2010 Toyota Camry. Consumer states they were not notified of recall which included their vehicle before the signing of their lease. Consumer seeks authorization to return vehicle and receive return of deposit paid updated 07/09/10. Updated 07/29/10 updated 08/03/10

- Grand Rapids, MI, USA

problem #3

Nov 052009


  • 500 miles
I purchased a new 2010 Toyota Camry in Oct-2009 and I realized after 2-3 weeks that there is something wrong in there. The RPM goes high (and tries to stay there) when down-shifting even without the leg is off the gas paddle. While I understand that downshifting may increase RPM but then I feel like it wants to stay there by means of some un-intended acceleration. When I realized that there is something wrong, I just ignored the issue because I did not want to take the car to the dealer and let them mess it up further. I thought this is happening because it is a new car. After few miles driven, the issue will go away. But when I learned about the un-intended acceleration in January 2010, I realized that the issue is more serious and I should not ignore any more. I went to dealer but as I expected, they did not take it seriously and told me that the car runs as per design. I went for the recall too but it did not make any difference. Being an engineer, I myself have established few simple test cases where one can prove that there is definately something wrong in the car. And if the car runs as per design, then there is something wrong in the design itself. I knew in advance that taking the car to the dealership was not going to work. I purchased a new vehicle so that I can keep on driving it nicely for years to come but I neve expect it to be going to garage for such a serious issue in less than 3 months! I have not received any satisfactory answer/solution to my problem so far.

- Deerfield Beach, FL, USA

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problem #2

Feb 162010

(reported on)


  • miles
2010 Toyota Camry has repair problems. The dealer/repair shop has been unable to correct the problem(s).

- Unknown, DC, USA

problem #1

Dec 312009


  • miles
I have a 2010 Toyota Camry le. My car has driven "differently" since I purchased it. I will be at a stop light, and it will just start moving-even with my foot on the brake. It feels like it drives in cruise control and just doesn't let up. After this recall, I am 100% nervous to drive my vehicle. Is this how it starts? I call the 800 # and sit on hold forever, or I am told further information is forthcoming. I drive 60 miles a day and have a small child. My car is brand new, it should not be doing this.

- Worcester, MA, USA

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