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CarGurusHumming noise at highway speeds - I have a 2000 Toyota Camry XLE V6. ... Asked by samcamry2000 Nov 19, 2013 at 12:40 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry XLE V6 ... off the right side of the highway, the car dropped down on a jaggedy edge, ... See if thenoise echoes loudly while driving at speed along a cement wall.
Question - Hi, I have a clunking noise from my toyota driver front side. ... its more when going slowly and also when i turn the car left in parking lots it produces sound ... When moving on rough roads at constant speeds and without any .... toyota ca
Almost certainly it is coming from the rear bank cam cover gasket, for which leak the Camry V6 is notorious. Other common places are the distributor shaft o-ring seal, the crankshaft nose seal (replaceable), and the oil filter adapter bracket (if fitted)
If you get the cam cover gaskets done, specify Toyota parts, as the aftermarket parts don't last, they harden quickly.
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ABS was optional on the 97 Camry CE - some have it, some don't. If your car is equipped with ABS, you should have an ABS indicator light on the dashboard, that goes on when you first turn the key in the ignition. But if you are not able to determine whether your car has ABS, it's not a problem. The axles compatible with ABS will also work if your Camry does not have ABS. They cost about the same as axles without ABS. So if you are not sure, just buy the axles for ABS.
Not a very detailed description, but assuming the rattle is in front it may be bad shocks. A quick test would be to push down hard on the left fron of the car and let go, if the car springs back up and just stays there the shock is fine but if it comes up and dips down once again the shock is bad, it should come straight back up and stay there. Repeat on the other side.
If it were a knocking noise it would possibly be a ball joint.
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