Question about Toyota Camry Solara
1- It could be wheel bearing worn down. You can check this by jack up each wheel, and juggling in rotation to see a circular gap play. 2- It could be wheel nuts loosed to make noise. Remember after replacing tires, any shop always tells you to bring car back after driving for a certain distance to make sure these nuts are not loosing.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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