How Do I Reset a Maintenance Light on a Toyota?

Cool guy driving his 2018 Toyota Camry in for service

Every 5,000 miles, the maintenance light will come on in your vehicle. That lets you know it’s time to bring your vehicle in for an oil change. However, if you want to reset a Toyota Camry maintenance light manually, simply take the following steps:

  • Turn your vehicle on and make sure the odometer reading is being displayed.
  • Turn your vehicle off.
  • While the vehicle is off, press the reset button for your trip meter. This will be located near your odometer.
  • Turn your key to the “on” position, but not “start.”
  • The odometer should display dashes instead of numbers and will slowly disappear. Next, zeros will appear and then steadily clear.
  • Once your mileage reappears, you can stop holding the reset button.
  • The Toyota maintenance light should be off. If it isn’t, it’s time to visit a trusted service center.

Turn to Findlay Toyota for Maintenance

It’s important to get regular maintenance for the safety of your Camry and Corolla, and that’s where Findlay Toyota comes in. Call us at %%phone_sales%% with any questions about your Toyota Corolla maintenance light.


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What Toyota Models Are Built in the US?

Toyota Camry Built In USA

These days, drivers would be excused for having questions about manufacturing on the mind. You may have caught yourself wondering, for example: where are all these Toyotas built? Well, Findlay Toyota wants to give you some important news. In a recent analysis, the Toyota Camry was judged the ‘most American’ vehicle. Read on for a brief summary, and then be sure to stop on by our Findlay Toyota dealership yourself in order to take any one of our new Toyota Camry models out for a test drive to see what it offers in performance, technology, and safety. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Toyota Camry: an American Car

The automotive consumer guide Cars.com recently released a new study documenting the ‘most American’ cars on the market. Using a metric labelled the ‘American Made Index,' Cars.com determined which cars are ‘most American’ by gathering data on a few points: where a car is manufactured, where it is built, and what percentage of its sales were based in the U.S.

Among the surprises unearthed by Cars.com was the shocking conclusion that Ford and Chrysler don’t even belong on the list. Neither manufacturer is producing a car that begins to measure up on the American Made Index.

Most surprising, perhaps, was Cars.com’s conclusion that the single ‘most American’ vehicle is that produced by Japanese automaker Toyota: the Camry. Bill Fay, general manager of Toyota Motor Sales was not surprised, remarking that the finding “reinforces the Americanization story of Toyota...We operate ten plants in the U.S., build more than 2 million vehicles here, and 71% of our sales [here in America] are vehicles built in North America.”

Test Drive a New Toyota Today

But there’s one more surprise in store: if you want to take the Camry out for a test drive, you can do so easily by visiting out Findlay Toyota dealership yourself. We can be reached via this easy-to-complete online form, and we promise to get back to you in no time whatsoever. At the same time, though, you shouldn’t fail to check out our financing options, too. So delay no longer: learn all about the home-built Toyotas at Findlay Toyota today!

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An Early Look at the 2018 Toyota Camry

2018 Toyota Camry Pair

The powerful and spacious sedan that everyone loves is on its way to Henderson, and we have an early look at the 2018 Toyota Camry so you can check out what to expect once this car hits the showrooms. Critics are already talking up the exciting new features that are coming this way, and we’re looking forward to the refreshed model! In the meantime, we still have an expansive inventory of new Camrys for you to shop in the Las Vegas area today!

What’s New on the Toyota Camry?

The Toyota Camry has always been a hit, but the early look at the 2018 Toyota Camry brings great promise for an aggressive looking vehicle that families all over will enjoy. While it will still offer many of the same great features, it has some exciting new aspects to bring to the table.

  • The body is now lower with angled headlights and a black mesh grille on the SE and XSE editions. The tail lights are also angled, and a quad-tip exhaust is available in the rear of the XSE.
  • The new driver-oriented dash was designed for sleek look, and intuitively placed controls for the 10-inch touchscreen display make it easy to make adjustments on the road.
  • There’s a new available heads-up display that projects performance information onto the windshield.
  • The engines have been revamped to offer a stronger 2.5L 4-cylinder option as well as a V6 engine option.
  • You’ll see a fuel rating of up to 42 mpg city with the hybrid edition.
  • There is now a brand new 8-speed automatic transmission that is paired to non-hybrid engine options.
  • And more to come!

The 2018 Toyota Camry is Arriving Soon to Findlay Toyota

While you wait for the release of the 2018 Toyota Camry, visit us at Findlay Toyota to check out our impressive inventory of new vehicles. Our showroom is located at [di_dealer_option street_address=“”] in [di_dealer_option city=“”], [di_dealer_option state=“”], convenient for nearby Las Vegas and Boulder City drivers. You can reach us at [di_option option="di_phone_sales"] or contact us online with any questions before making the trip to our showroom!

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2017 Toyota Camry Price

2017 Toyota Camry ParkedThe 2017 Toyota Camry price offers drivers a lot—no matter which trim level they select. Each comes with a powerful and efficient engine under the hood, a suite of safety measures, lots of room for passengers and cargo, and a long list of features. Plus, the price for each trim is the mid $20,000 range, making this car accessible to many car buyers. Explore the 2017 Toyota Camry price options below, and decide which trim best meets you needs, wants, and budget.

2017 Toyota Camry LE – MSRP from $23,070*

Under the hood, you’ll get a 2.5L four-cylinder engine that puts out 178 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque. It gets an EPA-estimated 24 mpg city and 33 mpg highway and can jump from 0 to 60 mph in 8.3 seconds. Standard safety features on this and all trims include front and rear side airbags, front knee airbags, stability and traction control, and a rearview camera. Even on this base trim, you will get upscale features like keyless entry, an eight-way power driver’s seat, and a 6.1-inch touchscreen with an Entune infotainment system, Siri Eyes Free, and Bluetooth.

2017 Toyota Camry SE – MSRP from $23,840*

This sport-themed trim comes with all the features found on the LE but adds stylish 17-inch alloy wheels and sleek looking exterior styling updates. Inside, you will a combination of cloth and synthetic leather upholstery along with a leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters. This trim is also more responsive to your driving demands thanks to its more aggressively tuned sport suspension.

2017 Toyota Camry XSE – MSRP from $26,310*

Those looking for a more commanding experience when the peddle is pushed may want to upgrade to this trim for a 3.5L V6 engine that delivers 268 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque. In spite of its commanding output, this version still gets an EPA-estimated 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway. Like other models, the trunk holds a spacious 15.4 cubic feet of stuff, and the roomy interior can comfortably accommodate five adults. Added features include LED running lights, leather and synthetic suede upholstery, dual-zone climate controls, Qi wireless smartphone charging, and a 10-speaker JBL stereo system.

2017 Toyota Camry XLE – MSRP from $26,310*

If you are less excited by sporty driving, this trim rides on the comfort-oriented suspension of the LE and has more conventional styling. The outside shows off 17-inch allow wheel, and inside the upholstery is fully wrapped in leather. You’ll also have the option to add advanced safety features, keyless ignition and entry, and an integrated navigation system on both this and the XSE trim.

The 2017 Toyota Camry is Ready for a Test Drive at Findlay Toyota

If you want to save money on a great new car, this year’s Camry deserves your consideration. Take it for a tour and test drive at Findlay Toyota in Henderson, and rely on our helpful sales staff to help you find the ideal trim. If you have questions before your visit, feel free to reach out to us.

*Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, excludes the Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee of $865 for Cars, $940 for Small/Light Trucks (Sienna, RAV4, Highlander Gas, Highlander HV, 4Runner, Tacoma and Venza), $1195 for Large Trucks (Tundra), and $1095 for Large SUVs (Sequoia and Land Cruiser). (Historically, vehicle manufacturers and distributors have charged a separate fee for processing, handling and delivering vehicles to dealerships. Toyota’s charge for these services is called the “Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee” and is based on the value of the processing, handling and delivery services Toyota provides as well as Toyota’s overall pricing structure. Toyota may make a profit on the Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee.) Excludes taxes, license, title and available or regionally required equipment. Actual dealer price will vary. Price plus tax, license, dealer installed accessories, document preparation charge of $495, and finance charges and smog fees (used vehicles only), where applicable. Discount may include all applicable rebates.

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Handy Tips for Removing Stains from Auto Upholstery


You-re driving along in your Toyota Camry, drink in hand, when you hit a bump in the road. Your arm jerks, your grip slips, and your cup goes flying, dumping its contents all over your car-s upholstery. This is just one of the many possible scenarios that could lead to stained and damaged upholstery. Luckily, cleaning your upholstery is easier than you probably think with these few simple tips. Note: Before you use any type of stain remover on your car-s upholstery, always test the solution on a separate stain first! Otherwise, you risk the stain remover possibly ruining your upholstery.

  • Does your car have leather upholstery? Before you tackle a stain on leather, first pretreat the leather using a leather conditioner. Next, apply leather stain remover and rub it in. Allow it to sit for 30 seconds then wipe the area clean.
  • If you-ve ever suffered from an ink stain (on anything!), you probably think there-s no hope to removing it. Well, guess what - there is hope! Simply mix hairspray with water in a spray bottle. Spray the stain then gently blot it with a clean, damp rag.
  • Battling greasy or oily upholstery stains? Makeup and food are two main culprits of stubborn stains like these. The cure? Watered-down paint thinner and a cotton ball. Mix equal parks paint thinner and water in a cup. Using a cotton ball, rub it into the stain. Then, sprinkle the stain with salt or cornmeal and let it sit overnight. The next day, simply vacuum up the mixture and wallah! No more greasy or oily stains!
  • There-s a reason there-s a Starbucks on almost every corner, and it-s because the world lives on caffeine - mainly coffee. That-s why it-s so easy to see why coffee stains in cars are pretty common. So, try this. Dilute the coffee stain with cold water then blot with a paper towel. Next, spray the stain with glass cleaner. Let it sit for five minutes then blot the stain again. This technique should work by helping to lift the stain out of the upholstery.

Cars are great for travel, but one problem they can cause is carsickness. If someone gets carsick in your vehicle, causing them to throw up, act fast! Clean it up as soon as possible, otherwise it will set into the upholstery. First, wipe up the mess and dilute the stain with cold water. Next, wash the area with mild soap and water. Lastly, neutralize the stain by applying club soda on a rag and blotting the stain. You can also combine baking soda and water. This mixture creates a paste that will help absorb any leftover unpleasant smell.


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The 2016 Toyota Camry Progresses Forward While Sticking to Its Roots

2016 Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

After a complete redesign last year, the 2016 Toyota Camry doesn-t see much change. However, the newest Camry does follow the same quest as many previous model years, and that-s to progress forward in the automotive market without abandoning its roots. And with the Camry-s roots - solid quality throughout and reliability, for instance - it-s definitely okay to stick with them. To learn more about the 2016 Camry and all it offers, continue reading.

As a five-passenger midsize sedan with five fully-loaded trim levels, there-s much to love about the newest Camry on the block. In truth, you don-t have to step very far up the lineup to find a worthwhile and truly pleasing trim. In fact, you don-t have to look any further than the base LE. With it comes above-average content, like automatic headlights, heated mirrors and keyless entry. Not only is the equipment good, but so is the technology. In the LE you-ll find features that range from a 6.1-inch Entune touchscreen interface with voice controls and Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity to a six-speaker sound system with CD player and more.

If you-re seeking a bit of fun behind the wheel, you may enjoy the Camry-s SE trim that offers sports appeal in suspension tuning, exterior styling and interior trim elements. Take the SE even further by opting for the new-to-debut Special Edition. Based on the existing SE, the Special Edition shows off more sporty content, such as smoked taillights and larger wheels.

Just as previous models of the Camry, the 2016 offers an interior that is by far one of the most comfortable and spacious in the midsize sedan category. Headroom and legroom is generous in both front and back and all buttons and tech screens are easy to read, as well as use.

While the Camry stands near the top in terms of reliability, comfort and style, it also provides top marks in safety. In government crash testing, the Camry received a perfect five stars in overall crash protection, as well as top scores in all categories by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. One impressive bit of info is the Camry LE-s stop distance of just 116 feet - a very short distance.

Aside from the expected safety year - airbags, rear view camera, anti lock brakes, etc. - there is also a healthy dose of optional safety features. Depending on which trim level of the Camry is chosen, it can be fitted with a blind-spot warning system, rear cross-traffic alert system and lane-departure warning system. There is also a collision mitigation system that is able to warn the driver of an imminent crash and automatically applies the brakes if necessary.

For a sedan that offers it all, opt for the 2016 Toyota Camry. To learn more, visit us in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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