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Toyota Camry DIY Maintenance & Repair Guides
Links to DIY repair guides and vehicle maintenance how-to tutorials for the 8th generation XV70 2018 to 2022 Toyota Camry.

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2018-2022 Toyota Camry Smart Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide
Key Fob Battery Change

1. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Intelligent Key Fob Battery Replacement Guide

After a few years of daily use, the battery inside the intelligent or "smart" key fob remote control for the keyless entry system and push button start system of an XV70 eighth generation (2018, 2019 and probably also the 2020, 2021 and 2022 model years) Toyota Camry sedan can become weak or stop working entirely.

Check out my DIY tutorial for changing the battery (with the compatible replacement part number) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Dome Light Bulb Replacement Guide
Dome Light Bulb Change

2. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Dome Light Bulb Replacement Guide

If you need to change a burnt out dome light bulb in the overhead housing attached to the headliner of your 8th generation (2018, 2019 and also the upcoming 2020, 2021 and 2022) Toyota Camry sedan, take a look at my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part number) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry A/C Cabin Air Filter Replacement Guide
Cabin Air Filter Change

3. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry A/C Cabin Air Filter Replacement Guide

If the air conditioning system in your Camry hasn't been working as well recently, or the air coming out of the vents smells a bit musty or moldy, you probably need to clean or replace the cabin air filter element in the HVAC blower motor housing.

To view my DIY directions for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Courtesy Step Light Bulb Replacement Guide
Courtesy Step Light

4. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Courtesy Step Light Bulb Replacement Guide

If you need to change a burnt out courtesy step light bulb located in the bottom of the plastic interior door panels, check out my DIY instructions for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part number) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Plastic Interior Door Panel Removal Guide
Interior Door Panels

5. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Plastic Interior Door Panels Removal Guide

If you'd like to upgrade the OEM front door speakers in your eighth generation XV70 (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022) Toyota Camry sedan, you'll first have to take off the plastic interior door panels.

To view my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement aftermarket speaker sizes), click on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Trunk Light Bulb Replacement Guide
Trunk Light Bulb Change

6. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Trunk Light Bulb Replacement Guide

 If you need to change a burnt out cargo area light bulb in the housing attached to the roof of the trunk of your Toyota Camry, check out my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part number) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Tail Light Bulbs Replacement Guide
Tail Light Bulbs Change

7. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Tail Light Bulbs Replacement Guide

The tail light housings of an 8th generation Toyota Camry contain the brake, rear turn signal and side marker lights. The brake lights are LED bulbs that should last the life time of the car. You may need to replace the rear turn signal or side marker incandescent bulbs.

Check out my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Reverse Light Bulbs Replacement Guide
Reverse Light Bulbs

8. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Reverse Light Bulbs Replacement Guide

If you need to change a burnt out reverse (or "back up") light bulb in the trunk lid of your Camry, take a look at my DIY instructions for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part number) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Windshield Window Wiper Blades Replacement Guide
Wiper Blades Change

9. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Windshield Wiper Blades Replacement Guide

If you've been having trouble seeing out of the front windshield window of your XV70 eighth generation (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022) Toyota Camry during a rain or snow storm, you probably need to change the wiper blades.

Check out my DIY directions for the procedure (with the OEM blade sizes in inches and the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link or picture.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry A25A-FKS 2.5L I4 Engine Air Filter Replacement Guide
Engine Air Filter Change

10. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry 2.5L I4 Engine Air Filter Replacement Guide

The engine air filter element for the A25A-FKS 2.5 liter inline four cylinder motor in your Camry should be cleaned at every oil change and replaced every 30,000 miles or every 36 months.

To view my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.



 

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Electrical Fuses Replacement Guide
Electrical Fuse Change

11. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Electrical Fuses Replacement Guide

The best place to start when troubleshooting any electrical problem with your Toyota Camry is to check for a blown fuse or a faulty relay in either the engine bay or the interior passenger compartment electrical panels.

Check out my DIY instructions for the procedure by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Front Turn Signal Light Bulb Replacement Guide
Front Turn Signal Bulb

12. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Front Turn Signal Replacement Guide

If you need to change a burnt out front turn signal light bulb in the headlight housing of your Camry, take a look at my DIY directions by clicking on the text link or thumbnail picture.

(The low and high beam headlights are LED bulbs that should last the life time of the vehicle.)

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Front Side Marker Light Bulb Replacement Guide
Front Side Marker Bulb

13. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Front Side Marker Light Bulb Replacement Guide

If you need to change a burnt out front side marker light bulb located in the headlight assembly of your Toyota Camry (or upgrade them both to brighter LED bulbs), check out my DIY instructions for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part number) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Serpentine Accessory Belt Replacement Guide
2.5L I4 Belt Change

14. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry 2.5L I4 Serpentine Belt Replacement Guide

If you've been hearing a "chirp, chirp, chirp" or squealing sound coming from the engine bay of your Camry, you may need to replace the serpentine accessory belt on the A25A-FKS 2.5 liter inline four cylinder engine.

To view my DIY directions for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) click on the text link or thumbnail image.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry A25A-FKS 2.5L I4 Engine Oil Change Guide
Engine Oil Change

15. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry A25A-FKS 2.5L I4 Engine Oil Change Guide

The best way to keep your Camry running reliably is to regularly change the motor oil and replace the oil filter at least every 10,000 miles as specified in the owner's manual.

Check out my DIY oil change guide (with the compatible replacement oil filter part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry A25A-FKS 2.5L I4 Engine MAF Sensor Replacement Guide
MAF Sensor Change

16. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry MAF Sensor Replacement Guide

If the A25A-FKS 2.5L I4 engine in your Camry has been running rough, stalling, hesitating or jerking, you may need to clean or replace the mass air flow sensor.

Take a look at my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry 12V Automotive Battery Replacement Guide
12V Car Battery

17. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry 12V Automotive Battery Replacement Guide

If you've been having trouble starting the engine in your Camry and the original OEM 12 volt car battery is a few years old, you probably need to replace it.

To view my DIY instructions for the procedure (with the OEM group size and compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Spark Plugs Replacement Guide
Spark Plugs Change

18. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry 2.5L I4 Spark Plugs Replacement Guide

The iridium tipped OEM spark plugs in an 8th generation (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022) Toyota Camry should last up to 120,000 miles but they should be checked before that mileage.

Check out my DIY tutorial for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Front Brake Pads Replacement Guide
Front Brake Pads Change

19. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Front Brake Pads Replacement Guide

If you've been hearing a screeching, grinding or squeaking sound coming from the front end of your Camry when you step on the brake pedal, you probably need to change the front brake pads.

Take a look at my DIY directions for the procedure (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

   

2018-2022 Toyota Camry Rear Brake Pads Replacement Guide
Rear Brake Pads Change

20. 2018-2022 Toyota Camry Rear Brake Pads Replacement Guide

The rear disc brake pads on a Camry tend to last twice as long as the front pads or any where from 60,000 to over 100,000 miles.

Check out my DIY guide for changing the rear brake pads (with the compatible replacement part numbers) by clicking on the text link above or the thumbnail image on the left.

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