2007 camry hybrid, what maintenence I am looking at?

Asked by Sep 01, 2018 at 02:25 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Mine is 2007 camry hybrid bought in AUG 2006 brand new. Been doing oil changes and a brake repair or replacement done last year and all four tires changed in 2012.  MY car is in body shop  today to replace the driver's side door due to very bad rusts.  That's it. Today my car is around 47K miles only but it is 12 years old car that has been thru the brutal Chicago heat and freezing temps.
My car is running fine but when i go to oil change I get repair list. I also had repeated and frequent tire pressure leak issues. I put air and few days later, i get warning light and one of the tire loses air again. Not due to nail or flat tires. I took to repair shop twice and they did the RIM and sensor repair or replacement. I think its now leaking from different tire though not so sure. But leaking air again. What can be the root cause of these frequent tire pressure leak?



Should I change the engine air filter and cabin air filter both? How much would they cost? My battery is fine now but when should I change the hybrid battery and how much would it cost? My car is 2007 camry hybrid, old and 47K miles currently.


Also the attachment is a list given by MIDAS auto repair shop 3k miles ago

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