Question about 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid
Washer fluid error
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Power steering fluid - Dexron 2 or 3 automatic transmission fluid. Yes transmission fluid. And while you are at it check the fluid level in the transmission.
Since you got the hood up, check the brake fluid, wiper fluid, radiator fluid, battery fluid, oil level.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
you should find the pump (a black cylindrical device 2-4 inches tall w/ a wire connector and a small-diameter rubber hose coming out of it) stuck into the bottom of the washer reservoir somewhere. Most cars locate it in such a way that you can see/remove it from the engine bay, however there are a few that make you get under there and pull off a splash guard from the wheel well to get to it. I believe your vehicle is one of the easier ones. Just gently twist the pump back and forth while slowly pulling directly away from the reservoir and the pump should just pop out of the rubber grommet. Remove the wire connector and rubber hose, place them on the new one and push the whole thing back into the reservoir. You're done.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
its on the driver sidde of the engine. You will see the radiator hose running to the thermostat housing. You must remove the radiator hose and thermostat housing to see it. also make sure your radiator caps seals aren't leaking, especially the one on the top passenger side of the engine!!
Posted on May 10, 2010
SOURCE: does my 2008 toyota camry
Toyota has used a sealed transmission for a few years which has no dipstick, look under the hood if it has a dipstick it will be at the front near the radiator and have a red handle on it, if not it uses the sealed transmission which uses WS(world standard) transmission fluid which according to toyota does not need servicing although most dealers recommend changing the fluid at about 100,000 miles.
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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