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You need to do the trans fluid and power steering every 30,000 miles on all vehicles. Forget what they say
I used to own a trans shop.
Flush Brake fluid every two years
Coolant every three
Spark Plugs at 60,000 miles
Fuel Filter 30,000 miles.
I would stay far away from the dealer
Go to a local shop
the most important (in my opinion) is changing the transmission fluid( transmissions for those cost about $4,000.00 to replace) its supposed to be changed every 30,000 miles. ( spark plugs can last up to 100,000 miles before needing replaced.)
oil/filter/lube every 3,500 miles synthetic oils every 5,000 miles
tire rotation wheel align check balance every 7500 miles
transmission service every 30,000 miles
air filter gas filter cabin air filter evry 30,000 miles
if engine has a timing belt(rubber substance) replace every 60,000 miles if it has a metal timing chain lasts almost forever
spark plugs should be good for 75,000-100,000 miles before replacing
Spark plug wires every 50,000-60,000 miles approx.
fuel injector flush every 30-40,000 miles approx.
In Toyota's maintenance guide it states every 30,000 miles but Toyota website says that iridium spark plugs (which some camry have) last about 110K.
So you need to check your plug to define if you have the indium Type.
You shouldnt have to replace them but you do need to remove them clean regap if needed then put antiseize on the treads then put them back in if you do not do this then the plugs will corrode into the cylinder head and when you do replace them they will break off and you will have to tear down top of engine down to remove the head to try to extract what was left inside the head .