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2007 toyota camry-idel problem/dealership has not resolved can't find problem

I have taken my toyota camry to the dealership several times due to vibration when car is taken out of park, the front part of the car vibrates rought. The dealership has not resolved my problem and claims the Camry was built to do that once broken in over 15,000 miles. I have argued with them, but still haven't been able to resolve this issue. I have even drove with a technician which he claims the car was made to do that. They will not help me with this problem. When i first got the car it was not doing that.

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  • 5431 Oct 28, 2008

    My car seems to be shaking- vibrating. Once the car shifts from park to either drive or reverse while still in one place the car/steering wheel will start to shake. You can feel the front part of the car skaking. Its not a light shaking it's a strong shaking. at times when I'm driving and i'm coming to a red light once i slow down and are completely stopped the car will start to shake as well only this time it's strong to where it feels like the car is going to die out.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Try this: Open the hood. On the passenger side of the engine, there is a mount that connects from the inner fender to the engine, for lack of a better word, it looks like a "dog-bone". Loosen it, slightly, both sides, but do NOT remove it. Set the park brake firmly and start the engine, Put it in gear, and see if the vibration changes in any way. Please advise of your results.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Thanks. I will research this and get back to you soon.



  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Please explain, in detail, exactly what your vehicle is doing.

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I had the same problem with my 2001 Toyota Echo after it reached about 110,000 miles. At red lights & stop signs, the car began to noticeably vibrate. At first I suspected a transmission problem or a broken engine mount. Upon looking deeper, however, neither was the problem. Instead, it turned out to be a dirty air filter under the hood. I changed the air filter & the situation improved noticeably. It turns out the dirty air filter was restricting air flow into the car's computerized sensors & as a result it was idling very rough when in Drive at red lights & stop signs when I was going 0 MPH & my foot was off the gas pedal. After changing the air filter, the situation improved greatly, although it still vibrates a little bit but nothing like it did before. Toyota air filters cost about $11 (give or take) & can be changed in 5 to 10 minutes if you know how to do it. Hope this helps...Have A Great Day...

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You have broken motor mounts.

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