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Below is a summary of your 2019 Toyota Camry warranty coverage and how long your coverage lasts. At the bottom of this article is the full 2019 Toyota Camry warranty PDF, if you wish to explore further.
Warranty durations listed below are in terms of the vehicle’s mileage or age. If a type of coverage is valid for three years or 36,000 miles, coverage lasts until the vehicle reaches 36,000 miles or until it’s three years old, whichever occurs first.
For more information about Auto Warranties, you can check out this directory containing everything you need to know about Auto Warranties arranged by system.
|Basic||3 years/36,000 miles|
|Powertrain||5 years/60,000 miles|
|Corrosion Perforation||5 years/unlimited miles|
|Federal Emissions||2 years/24,000 miles8 years/80,000(specific parts)|
|California Emissions||3 years/50,000 miles Performance Warranty
7 years/70,000 miles Defect Warranty
The manual does not specify separate warranty durations for air conditioning, battery, etc – those components would be covered under the Basic warranty of 3 years/36,000 miles.
If you need more detailed information about the warranties covered in this article, you can find the link to the original factory warranty PDF towards the end of this article. Alternatively, you can review the frequently asked questions (FAQs) section at the very bottom of the article which provides more warranty details. Please refer to the warranty PDF link if you would like to view the complete and official warranty terms from Toyota.
2019 Toyota Camry Factory Warranty
The 2019 Toyota Camry has exceeded the mileage or time limit on several of its original factory warranties based on the current date of September 2023. The following warranties have expired:
- Basic Warranty – This expired at 36,000 miles or after 3 years, whichever occurred first. This has been exceeded by the time limit.
- Powertrain Warranty – This expired at 60,000 miles or after 5 years, whichever occurred first. If the mileage limit hasn’t been exceeded this warranty would still be active.
- Corrosion Perforation Warranty – This warranty is still active, as it is for 5 years with no mileage limit.
- Federal Emissions Warranty – This expired at 24,000 miles or after 2 years, whichever occurred first. This has been exceeded by the time limit. However, the 8-year/80,000-mile specific components warranty is still valid depending on mileage.
- California Emissions Warranty – This expired at 50,000 miles or after 3 years, whichever occurred first. The time limit has been exceeded on this warranty. However, the 7-year/70,000-mile long-term defect warranty is still valid depending on mileage.
If the air conditioning, battery, and other components are covered under the Basic Warranty then those have expired since the time limit has been exceeded.
If you are confused about what each of the warranties covers for your Toyota Camry, I recommend checking out our article “The Ultimate Guide to Car Warranties.” This guide explains in detail what is covered under the main warranties like Basic, Powertrain, Corrosion Perforation, Air Conditioning, Paint, Battery, Tire, Federal Emissions, and California Emissions.
All of these warranties together make up the Factory Warranty provided by Toyota on new vehicles. Our article breaks down each warranty, what is covered, the duration, and other key details. Knowing exactly what is covered under each warranty can help you understand what to expect if any repairs are needed on your new Camry. Check out “The Ultimate Guide to Car Warranties” to become an expert on auto warranties so you can get the most out of your ownership experience.
The New Vehicle Limited Warranty, also known as the basic warranty, on the 2019 Toyota Camry does not cover damage or failures resulting from factors like accidents, vehicle misuse, improper repairs, modifications, and lack of maintenance. This 3-year/36,000-mile basic warranty expired in 2022, as the time limit has been exceeded given that it is now 2023. Since this basic warranty has expired, any repairs needed to fix defects in materials or workmanship of covered components are no longer covered by Toyota free of charge. Make sure you are aware of exactly what is and is not covered under the basic warranty so you know what to expect if repairs are needed outside the warranty period.
The powertrain warranty on the 2019 Toyota Camry covers repairs needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship on components like the engine, transmission, front-wheel drive system, and rear-wheel drive system. This includes the cylinder block, timing gears, transmission case, axle shafts, and more. The powertrain warranty expires in 2024 or when the 60,000-mile limit is reached.
Since this powertrain warranty hasn’t expired, repairs on covered powertrain components are covered free of charge by Toyota. Knowing what is covered by the powertrain warranty and when it expires can help you understand if certain repairs will be covered if issues arise outside the warranty period.
Corrosion Perforation Warranty
The rust perforation limited warranty on the 2019 Toyota Camry covers repair or replacement of any original body panel that develops perforation from corrosion (rust-through). This 5-year warranty with no mileage limit expires in 2024. Since the current year is 2023, the rust perforation limited warranty is still active and will cover repairs related to corrosion rust-through damage on original body panels until 2024.
Knowing what is covered by the rust perforation limited warranty and when it expires can help you understand if repairs for rust damage will be covered if issues come up outside the warranty period.
Air Conditioning Warranty
Based on the Toyota Camry maintenance and warranty guide, the air conditioning warranty covers repairs needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship of any component of the air conditioning system supplied by Toyota. The air conditioning warranty duration is not explicitly stated in the document. Assuming it is covered under the basic warranty, the warranty coverage is for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first, from the vehicle’s in-service date.
For a 2019 Camry purchased new, the 36-month/36,000-mile air conditioning warranty would expire in 2022, assuming normal driving of around 12,000 miles per year. Since it is currently 2023, the original air conditioning warranty on a 2019 Camry has now expired.
The battery warranty duration is not explicitly stated in the document. Assuming it is covered under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, which is for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first. This would cover defects in materials or workmanship of the original battery installed in the vehicle.
However, the warranty does not cover damage or failures resulting from improper maintenance, alterations, tampering, misuse, or accidents. For a 2019 Camry purchased new, the 36-month/36,000-mile basic warranty, including coverage for the battery, would expire in 2022, assuming normal driving of around 12,000 miles per year. Since it is currently 2023, the original battery warranty coverage under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty on a 2019 Camry has now expired.
The tires on the 2019 Toyota Camry are covered by a separate warranty from the tire manufacturer, not Toyota. As stated in the Tire Limited Warranty section of the Toyota warranty guide, tires are warranted by their manufacturer and details can be found in the tire warranty statement in the owner’s glove box. Tire warranties vary by manufacturer, but typically cover defects in materials or workmanship for a period of years or miles, whichever comes first.
For example, a common tire warranty is 6 years or 60,000 miles from the date of purchase. So for a Camry purchased new in 2019, the original tire manufacturer’s warranty would likely expire in 2025 if no premature wear or damage occurred. Since the current year is 2023, the original tire warranty is likely still active through the manufacturer.
Federal Emissions Warranty
The Federal Emission Control Warranty section of the Toyota warranty guide covers repairs needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship for specific emissions-related parts. This covers the vehicle for 2 years or 24,000 miles from the in-service date, whichever occurs first. However, Toyota provides coverage for 3 years or 36,000 miles under the basic warranty. Certain components like the engine control module and catalytic converter are covered for 8 years or 80,000 miles. The warranty does not cover failures caused by improper maintenance, alterations, accidents, or non-equivalent replacement parts.
For a 2019 Camry purchased new, the federal emission warranty of 3 years/36,000 miles would expire in 2022. The 8-year/80,000-mile coverage on certain parts would expire in 2027. Since it is currently 2023, the federal emissions warranty on certain parts is still in effect through at least 2027 for a 2019 Camry under the time and mileage limits.
The Clean Air Act
The Federal Emission Control Warranty section of the Toyota warranty guide states that under the Clean Air Act, Toyota will make necessary repairs if a vehicle fails an EPA-approved emissions test during the first 2 years or 24,000 miles from the in-service date, and the failure results in a penalty under local, state or federal law. This Emission Performance Warranty coverage ensures emission-related repairs are covered if an emissions test failure occurs within the time and mileage limits.
For the 2019 Camry discussed in the warranty document, this Emission Performance Warranty coverage of 2 years/24,000 miles would expire in 2021. While some emissions components like the catalytic converter have longer 8-year/80,000-mile coverage, the Clean Air Act through the Emission Performance Warranty specifically covers repairs to ensure emissions standards are met for 2 years/24,000 miles.
Since the current year is 2023, the 2-year/24,000-mile Emission Performance Warranty coverage has expired for this 2019 Camry. However, other emission component warranties may still provide coverage under different terms if an issue arises.
California Emissions Warranty
The California Emission Control Warranty section of the Toyota warranty guide covers repairs needed to correct defects in materials or workmanship for specific emissions-related parts on vehicles registered and operated in California. For the first 3 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, Toyota will repair or adjust the vehicle so it passes a California smog check test. Also in this period, Toyota will repair or replace defective emissions parts. For 7 years or 70,000 miles, whichever comes first, Toyota will repair or replace specific emissions parts that are defective. However, the warranty does not cover failures caused by improper maintenance, accidents, tampering, or non-equivalent parts.
For a 2019 Camry registered and operated in California, the 3-year/50,000-mile smog check and general emissions component coverage expired in 2022. The 7-year/70,000-mile coverage on specific parts like the engine control module would expire in 2026. Since the current year is 2023, the California Emissions Warranty for defects is still active for this 2019 Camry within the stated time and mileage limits.
2019 Toyota Camry Recalls
Here is a summary paragraph about the NHTSA recalls for the 2019 Toyota Camry based on the additional information provided:
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued several recalls for the 2019 Toyota Camry models in addition to the previous recalls mentioned. These additional recalls involved issues with non-permanent text on load capacity labels, improperly calibrated occupant classification systems, and incorrect load-carrying capacity labels. The recalls impacted Camry models from 2017-2019 and affected equipment related to tires, airbags, and vehicle loading.
The remedies offered by Toyota and its distributors involved providing corrected labels, recalibrating software, and replacing defective parts. Vehicle owners were notified of the recalls by mail and instructed to contact Toyota customer service for assistance with the free repairs. Checking for and addressing any open NHTSA recalls is important for Camry owners to resolve these types of equipment and labeling issues that could lead to crashes if unaddressed.
Extended Warranty Available Upon Car Purchase
When purchasing a new Toyota Camry in 2019, owners likely had the option to purchase an extended warranty to extend their coverage beyond the standard factory warranty. An extended warranty can provide additional protection past the initial 3 years/36,000 miles basic coverage and 5 years/60,000 miles powertrain warranty offered by Toyota. The best way to find out if you have an extended warranty is to check your original vehicle paperwork and contact your selling dealership. Extended warranties can vary in length and mileage limits, but typically range from 1-3 additional years and 10,000-100,000 additional miles of coverage.
Checking an extended warranty’s expiration date and remaining mileage is important to understand if repairs will be covered. Purchasing an extended warranty at the time of sale can provide peace of mind for Camry owners looking to keep their vehicles protected past the factory warranty period.
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2019 Toyota Camry Warranty Brochure/Booklet
If you want a more comprehensive look at the warranty coverage that has expired and what coverage may still be available, you can read Toyota’s warranty booklet. It provides detailed information about coverage, including exclusions.
Toyota’s factory warranty covers repairs and replacements needed due to defects in materials or workmanship. However, certain items are not covered by Toyota’s basic 3-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper and 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty for new vehicles sold in 2023. Exclusions include:
- Normal wear and tear items like brake pads, wiper blades, tire tread wear
- Maintenance services like oil changes, fluid flushes
- Damage from accidents, misuse, alterations, or lack of proper maintenance
- Damage from environmental factors like hail or flooding
- Non-Toyota modifications or alterations to the vehicle
Reviewing the Toyota factory warranty’s covered components and exclusions is important to understand what repair costs may not be covered within the time and mileage limits. Issues caused by normal use or lack of maintenance are typically not covered under the basic Toyota new vehicle warranty after 3 years/36,000 miles.
Toyota’s factory warranty covers both parts and labor needed for covered repairs. The basic new vehicle warranty provides 3 years/36,000 miles bumper-to-bumper coverage and 5 years/60,000 miles powertrain coverage from the in-service date for new Toyotas purchased in 2023. The bumper-to-bumper warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for most parts except normal wear items. The powertrain warranty covers the engine, transmission/transaxle, front-wheel drive system, rear-wheel drive, seatbelts, airbags, and hybrid system components. Both warranties include repair labor costs at no charge when performed by an authorized Toyota dealership.
Toyota also offers vehicle service agreements that can extend repair coverage beyond the time and mileage limits of the factory warranty. These Toyota-backed extended warranties can be purchased at the time of sale or within the first year of ownership prior to factory warranty expiration. Adding an extended service agreement from Toyota provides longer coverage for repair costs on mechanical breakdowns and component failures. Review Toyota’s extended warranty options, terms, costs, and eligibility timeframes when deciding if more coverage is right for your vehicle purchase.
The exhaust system components like the catalytic converter, muffler, and exhaust pipes would be covered under the bumper-to-bumper warranty for 3 years/36,000 miles from the in-service date. Routine wear items like exhaust gaskets may also be excluded after the first year. If the 3-year/36,000-mile comprehensive warranty period has expired, exhaust component replacements would not be covered unless an extended service agreement was purchased. Review your Toyota warranty to confirm coverage for exhaust repairs based on your vehicle’s age and mileage.
Toyota offers vehicle service agreements that can extend repair coverage beyond the factory warranty’s time and mileage limits. These Toyota-backed extended warranties can be purchased at the time of sale or within the first year of ownership, prior to the expiration of the new vehicle warranty.
For Toyota owners looking to add coverage after the purchase of a new vehicle in 2023, there is the option to purchase a Toyota Extra Care Vehicle Service Agreement within the first 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. The specific extended warranty options, costs, and eligibility timeframes depend on the vehicle’s age and mileage at the time of purchase. Reviewing Toyota’s extended warranty plans within the first year allows owners to potentially add longer repair coverage beyond the 3-year/36,000-mile comprehensive and 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty terms. Contacting your Toyota dealership for details can help determine if post-purchase extended coverage is still available for your vehicle.
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. (2019). 2019 Toyota Camry Maintenance Guide. Retrieved from https://assets.sia.toyota.com/publications/en/omms-s/T-MMS-19Camry/pdf/T-MMS-19Camry.pdf
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2021). Possible sudden loss of braking assist (NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V890000). Retrieved from https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2019/TOYOTA/CAMRY/4%252520DR/FWD#recalls
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2020). Fuel pump may fail (NHTSA Campaign Number: 20V682000). Retrieved from https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2019/TOYOTA/CAMRY/4%252520DR/FWD#recalls
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2019). Improperly calibrated OCS (NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V567000). Retrieved from https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2019/TOYOTA/CAMRY/4%252520DR/FWD#recalls
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2019). Incorrect load carrying capacity label/FMVSS 110 (NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V503000). Retrieved from https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2019/TOYOTA/CAMRY/4%252520DR/FWD#recalls
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2019). Non-permanent text on load capacity label (NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V244000). Retrieved from https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2019/TOYOTA/CAMRY/4%252520DR/FWD#recalls
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