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Checking the brake fluid in your 1997 Toyota Camry is easy and should be done once a month. On some Toyotas, the owners manual suggests pumping the brake pedal 25 times before looking at the fluid level, be sure to check your owners manual to see if this applies to your 1997 Camry. In addition to checking the brake fluid level, you want to look at the color of the brake fluid in your Camry - if it is dark in color or it has been more than 2 years since you have changed it, you should consider having it changed - this will help make the internal components (which are expensive) last much longer.
If you need to add fluid to your Camry, it is important to check your owners manual for the correct type to add - it likely be either DOT 3, DOT 4 or DOT 5, also known as silicone brake fluid. Be sure to discard bottles of brake fluid that are over a year old - brake fluid sucks the moisture out of the air and the water vapor in the fluid can quickly rust out the brake lines in your Camry.
Minor transmission fluid leaks can often be fixed with the right sealant - see how to do this1997 Toyota Camry XLE 3.0L V6
DRLs are on more than your headlights. They burn out faster and should be replaced regularly1997 Toyota Camry XLE 3.0L V6
Odd electrical problems that come out of nowhere can often signify a blown engine fuse - check and change yours here!1997 Toyota Camry XLE 3.0L V6
A check engine light can be cleared with a simple fix or it could be a major problem - find out now!1997 Toyota Camry XLE 3.0L V6
The best way to fix leaking hoses is to replace them, but if you don't have time, a stop leak product might work for you1997 Toyota Camry XLE 3.0L V6
Sure you can take it in for a $19 lube, but are you OK with a stripped oil pan and cheap parts in return?1997 Toyota Camry XLE 3.0L V6