Question about Toyota Camry
My ipsum has a knocking sound more prevailent when loaded, it fades when driving fast but may loudly reappear on slow speeds, becomes silent when you apply brakes, have replaced control arm bushes but did not help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a simular problem, it turned out to be a CV axle. Check all the inner and outer boots for breakage. It also may be the front differential. Most subaru owners or garages (except a dealer) don't know about the dipstick to check the gear oil in the front differential of an automatic and they end up going dry(diff on a manuel tranie is lubed with the same gear oil as the tranie and usualy dont have this problem). The automatic transmission fluid dipstick is on the driverside near the break cylinder and the gear oil dipstick is on the passenger side of the tranie just above where the CV axle attaches to the tranie(its the same yellow as the oil cap and has a finger loop. If the fluid has not been checked in a long time the stick may be stuck in the tube. If the stick is not reading when you pull it out you will want to drain the old diff fluid to remove any metal shavings produced from running the diff dry and refill with 80w90 gear oil. Good luck, hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
check the rubber mounts on the bottom of the shockers first........turn wheel outward as far as it will go...grab hold of shocker at the bottom, and shake. if there is too much movement, then this is your problem
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
You need to check the cv joints in the front end or the u joints in the front drive shaft.If none of the above then the problem is internal in the front diff.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
It depends what they did when the brakes were serviced but sometimes the new brake pads don't seat well unless the brake rotors are finished properly. I suspect you'll need to return to the shop and ask them to re-finish the rotors and make sure the brake pad hardware is installed correctly. If the shop you went to has been in business for awhile, they should do this gladly for free since they have already been paid for the job. The only exception I would ad, is if they recommended something to you, such as new rotors, and you declined because of cost or otherwise.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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