I have a 2000 Camry Csi (Australian model) but identical to U.S model. I get a loud buzzing vibration from the auto gearbox area when I pass 2000RPM, along with a buzzing sound from the engine. The sound goes away when I pass over or go under 2000RPM. Can anyone suggest what's wrong?
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My new 2007 Camry V6 did the dance you describe at about 2000 miles. It turned out to be a bad transmission, the so-called "snap ring" problem. They replaced the transmission under warrantee. However the new one did the same thing at 1800 miles on that transmission. I sold the car back to Toyota and bought a Hybrid. You need a Toyota dealer to look at it. Good luck!
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