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It sounds like whoever gets this car next is going to be good to go. The next thing to go is usually the distributor. Coils, suppressors, and capacitors inside the distributor do go bad on this Camry about this age regardless of the mileage. 140.00 fix. Most of the things you listed are standard replacement items at 100,000 miles except the transmission. I had a transmission go out at 150,000 miles on one of my five Camrys except I knew the car had suffered extreme abuse from a teenager who blew out the engine (Overreved). However, if you lived close to me I would buy this car from you right now, unless it has that sludging V6 or wrecked. Otherwise, when you buy a car ask for the service records. It sounds like you acrued all the expense of zero maintainence before you purchased the car. Three sets of new tires in 30,000 miles?- was the alignment checked? That would signal me that the car may have been wrecked!! Did you check Car Fax? I know Camrys and Accords and your experience is on a different planet from the norm.Report it
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