Toyota claims that at sometime I allowed the oil level to get low, causing the engine to over heat and which lead to this failure. To my utter surprise, there was absolutely no oil on the stick when the auto zone guy checked my oil levels. Questions are: considering mileage should i just replace all the timing components or the likely cause of the rattle noise whatever that may be? Another new option was Camry's first navigation system, operated from a dashboard touch screen that also absorbed some audio and climate functions. Made several attempts to take care of this problem with the corporation, but they will not help. The engine with a very loud noise such has gears under pressure that just gave way stopped abruptly while smoke came out and the oil spilled all over the place.
Often, cost is considered rather than the manufacturer's recommendations. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. ©2007 Toyota via Wieck New styling made the 2004 Solara convertible bigger and more luxurious. I also need a good mechanic in ebute metta area. Also, no noise when taking sharp turns. Once you replace the leaking component, noise should dissipate.
But afterwards you don't hear the rattling again. Is your 2005 a 4 cyl or v6? It is just very difficult to isolate where the noise is coming from. The oil filter is always changed after every service. Might need to check the belt tensioner as well in case it is a little loose. So had they kept the car ,knowing they couldn't remedy the problem,our monies would have been more.
Toyota corporation told me that they are not responsible for cars over 60000 miles. When the car starts after siting overnight you can see a small blue puff come the tail pipe but I have not seen any blue smoke after start up. Thankfully he didn't get the work done and just got the printout of what was needed. Was told unit behind seat and possibly under dash would need to be replaced for approx. Does your Camry sound like there's a rattle snake in the timing cover? The pictures show sludge on the pistons, a cracked piston and a severely cracked short block. Step 3 — Check your power steering pump There might be air in the system. Basil is correct about the brake pedal feeling like that as it is normal for that generation of car.
Siena, this is a major problem with most car owners here in Abuja, especially those who drive modern engines. Is this normal since it uses a sensor? I guess the noise can propagate through the metal. Length and width swelled less than inch apiece, and weight, to Toyota's credit, was little changed from the 1997-2001 generation. Meanwhile it happens only at cold start. Out of town with car otherwise would have looked at.
While driving 25 mph over railroad tracks the vehicle accelerated resulting in a crash. Alternator failed after engine replacement. When i go over bumps at slow speed such as speed bumps i hear a rattle in the trunk like something is loose. You don't state what oil filter is used on your engine during an oil change. The contact stated that a few months later the accelerator pedal recall was repaired; however, after the repair was performed the vehicle surged forward intermittently until the brakes were applied. The noise appears to come from the front so I have not thought about the back side.
The repair shop recommended replacement of all four calipers. I talked to my coworker about it and she said she had a similar issue with her 2004 Saturn Vue and it was something about a manifold, but couldn't remember what it was called. The weather was not a factor. The driver stopped the vehicle and observed flames from underneath the hood. This week my check engine light came on and I could here a rattling noise. In addition, when attempting to park and turning the steering wheel to the left, the vehicle veered to the right.
I could not find a replacement part online. Unfortunately after spending this money they are unable to get the car to start. My Camry has had simptoms relating to oil sludge in the engine. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 20 mph, the steering wheel would shake violently and the vehicle would veer to the side. Now it is getting worse and worse, I have to check oil level and add 1 quart every 500 miles!. The vehicle was completely destroyed and towed to the contacts residence.
I guess they say it uses a sensor. The failure mileage was 140,000. At least you are proactive in keeping your vehicle in good shape. What possible maintenance would I have done in under two 2 months. If the engine had blown on that highway an accident would have ensued due to the large volume of traffic and absence of adequate shoulder space.