Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
I first thought it was just worn brakes. Replaced front rotors and pads. Didnt work. Thought maybe it was a stuck caliper and replaced. Still there. I just figured out that it is only when I turn the steering wheel to the right. The noise slows with the speed of the truck and is not noticable when windows are up and at higher speeds although I probably just can't hear it over the wind coming in the window.
I'm just posting this for people that may search for this problem and actually have a 1998 Camry 4cyl.
The problem is a worn out transmission mount. The one just in front of the driver, between the frame and the end of the transmission housing. There is a post that goes through the middle of the mount, it wears through the rubber and knocks against the metal part of the mount.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Its definatly your inner cv joint. they cost anywhere from 90-300 buck depending on how new or old your car is. my car did the exact same thing. if it whistles a little too while costing thats definatly it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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