Does the Toyota Camry come with a spare tire?
Locating the Spare Tire and Tools
To access the spare tire and tools, open the Camry's trunk and look for the latch It's a plastic rectangle with a handle right at the front. Pull the tab towards you to access the handle and use the handle to lift the floor. via
What size tires does a 2009 Toyota Camry have?
Toyota equips the 2009 Camry LE with a 215/60R16 tire. via
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Where is the jack in a Toyota Camry?
For almost all cars, including the Toyota Camry, you'll find four jack points on the frame of the car. The front ones are behind the front wheels, right around the inner hinge line of the door. The rear jack points are in front of the rear wheels (on the driver end, not the trunk end). via
How do you change a spare tire on a Toyota Camry?
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How much should I inflate my spare tire?
So, what should the air pressure of your spare tire be? The air pressure or PSI of a donut spare tire is 60 PSI. If you have a full-size spare, the air pressure should be the recommended pressure on the side of the tire; typically between 32 and 38 PSI. via
What is the lug pattern on a 2009 Toyota Camry?
The 2009 Toyota Camry SE bolt pattern is 5-114.3 mm. This means there are 5 lugs and the diameter of the circle that the lugs make up measures 114.3 mm or 4.5 inches across. via
Where do you put a floor jack on a car?
You'll want to start jacking from the front of the vehicle. The front end of four-wheel-drive trucks can be raised by placing the jack under the differential. Pro tip: For two-wheel-drive trucks, place the jack beneath the jacking pad under the engine. via
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Can I use a spare tire for a week?
As long as the spare is in good condition and is the same as the other tires on your vehicle, you are safe to drive on it for as long as you like. via