Maintanace

Asked by May 09, 2017 at 10:16 PM about the 2011 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: General

I drive a toyota camry 2011, i hv one problem
when i stop to make a turn or may am on
traffic my just stop oil indicator flashes and
some time i see the maintainace signal on
,when i kick it ,it start worki g again ,it has
happen twice ,what should i do asap.thanks

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22,055

Check oil lever first.

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22,055

Check electrical connections.

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Ok but i service it last month ,but i will check it

Should i vheck the battery is that what u mean .

11,870

You better check your oil level because it sounds like your losing oil feed when the oil level varies from sloshing in the oil pan.... either that or the oil your using has the wrong viscosity and is getting so thin that any movement is causing agitation ... A long shot may be that your oil pump is going bad

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22,055

No at those sensors.

I will check my oil level ,and give u field back

22,055

But it would be a good time to make sure or see condition of the battery terminals & wires and grounds from engine to frame. 6-7 yrs old it needs looked at just as a precaution measure, preventive maintenance goes a long way. Also the trans fluid no mater how many times they tell you it has a while to go before needing changed, 6-7 yr old fluid anyway you look at it.

I check the oil it almost finish ,what should i do now pls ,what kind of oil should i buy now b4 i go do oil change 2morow.

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