I have a 2009 toyota camry that now needs a motor because i was unaware I ran low on oil and just filled it up a week ago and my low oil light did not come on, will a 2011 motor work for my 2009 camry

Asked by Jun 02, 2017 at 07:43 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Was it professionally diagnosed as needing a new motor? Low oil light does not necessarily mean you need a new motor. I'd run some tests and see what, if any, damage was done. as far as a 2011 working in a 2009, most likely yes, but would require the engine computer to be reprogrammed. This is assuming same engines/specs.

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your car has the 2.4 motor, a 2011 has the 2.5

So any year long as its a 2.4 motor?

The rod bearring broke and my motor started knocking and the car shut off. Then i was told after being looked at and in the process of changing the rod bearring i was told I need a motor

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all sorts of Toyotas have the 2.4, Rav4, Camry, Scion tc, Scion xb

I was referring to other Toyota camrys le when i was speaking about the 2.4l 4-cylinder motor.

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