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2007 YARIS t3 AUTO dID MINIMUM SERVICE, OIL FILTER, OIL AND PLUGS, ENGINE MAKES SOME SORT OF HUMMING NOISE AT TIMES WHAT CAN THUS BE.( I AM A LADY)

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    Janine Dick Apr 18, 2017

    IF I REPLACE THE AIRFILTER THAT IS APPARENTLY ALL THAT NEEDSD TO BE DONE WHEN YOU DO A SERVICE, THE TYRES AND BRAKES ARE FINE WILL THE NOISE GO AWAY. IT IS NOT THERE ALL THE TIME?

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Where is the noise coming from

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Testimonial: "I am not sure. When I am in the vehicle driving it sounds from the back. When i get out of the vehicle with the engine still running the noise is gone, it is very confusing."

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