My oil light comes on only when braking and then goes away. Flashes and then I hit the gas and it goes away. Not due for an oil change yet.

Asked by Apr 10, 2017 at 03:57 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

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If you haven't had the oil changed in accordance with the Toyota maintenance schedule or if you have used poor quality oil, you could have a sludge problem. Have someone wiggle the connector for the oil pressure sending unit and see if the light flashes

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V6 or I4? The '07 V6 have a recall for oil line burst. FYI

Thank You dariuski8. I have a 4 cylinder engine.

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Then it may be the sludge problem....where do u get the oil changed....at quick stop or at dealer?

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Go out to the car with a paper napkin....or cloth and check the oil now please. Wipe down and stick back in....then pull out and tell me where the oil reads.....are you low...medium or full? Thanks

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what color is the oil too......clear....amber or dark?

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