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Woouumm Woouumm noise

I tested a 2005 Corolla S (16,660 K miles) and when the speed was between 50-60 MPH a woouumm woouumm kind of noise started (sometimes it seemed to be in the front sometimes from the rear) and after 60 MPH the woouumm woouumm becomes a regular woouumm, hardly noticeable due to the engine rev up and increased outside noise. Since the car had the original tires and the front ones were kind worn out, and due to the low mileage, I decided to buy the car. After several months I installed new tires but the woouumm woouumm still exists. The car behaves beautifully at road speeds but when I reach the 95-100 MPH there is a slight vibration in the steering wheel. My first impression was that the woouumm woouumm noise was from the bearings (front or rear ones), but since the car still has 29,000 miles and seems strange that a relatively new car already has bearing problems. I have checked the front axles and boots and they seem OK. What is your opinion?

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Check the right side engine mount ASAP!
Call the dealer and give them the VIN number.

There is a new TOYOTA part no. 123052-0D120 to address this problem.

The old design on 05 and 06 has the noise problem.

In order to pin point the problem I will need the VIN number.

Please post it and I will follow up on it.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

  • steaddy Jan 03, 2011

    1NXBR32E65Z451275 - My 2005 Corolla drives loud, almost like a muffler problem, most loud from 50 to 80 mph and increasingly loud to the point where the radio has to be all the way up in order to hear it.



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