Master Tech --
You are just the fellow I need to talk to. I have 3 automobiles -- a '32 LaSalle, a '51 Studebaker, and a 2004 Toyota Camry.
The LaSalle and the Studebaker do well so long as I put lead in the gas tank, get frequent oil changes, and change hoses, belts and tires about every 5 or 6 years. Whenever anyone around Harveysboro, Dayton or surrounds sees one of these cars, they seem to know Ole Mary Harkins is in the vicinity.
My problem is the 2004 Camry, which I drive mostly in the hot weather and at night. It seems to run well, sometimes too well, but there is a problem with the front electronic passenger door lock and all the warning lights come on, but the dashboard accessory light does not.
The other night I could not see the speedometer and was going 82 in a 55 mile zone. The deputy under the circumstances just gave me a warning ticket.
Are these issues capable of resolution or do I have to to get a new car.