Could be your timing belt.
power steering issue. check lines for leaks, system could be starving
Could be alternator bearing? Could be water pump? Could be Power steering pump (check fluid) Could be belt tensioner? Could be torque converter?
If there is a squeaky noise coming from any of your wheels and from pressing on the brakes, then I am supposing that there is something wrong with your brakes. From my past experiences with squeaky noises coming from my wheels, I got it checked out by a mechanic and he said that my brakes were worn out to the point where I was going to lose brake control in the wheels that were squeaking. I would suggest you get your squeaky wheel and brakes checked out by a mechanic. You might have to only change the brakes if its not too serious. I wish you the best of luck!
It is possible that a DTC 10 on the Toyota Camry is a problem with the starter. The starter solenoid, wiring, or the starter itself could be the problem.
A rattle in the right front fender of a Toyota Camry may indicate that you need a wheel alignment. It could also point to a problem with your struts.
only toyota could be this stupid and incompetent...
your gear box may be falty or your brakes could posoble be stiff at sertain points
The 1999 Camry most has either bad rear brakes, or bad rear wheel bearings. Either of these problems could cause the vibration.
Toyota Camry parts are specific parts for the Camry series of Toyota cars. This could be affordable aftermarket replacement parts or more high-end performance parts. Parts can be factory-grade for simple replacement (in the case of faults or damage to the original vehicle for example) or custom parts to alter the look or performance of the car. These parts will be made for the Toyota Camry only, a series of mid-series cars that Toyota have manufactured since 1982.
If your 1991 Toyota Camry is vibrating, the tires might be wearing unevenly. This could be due to parts that are worn in the front end or even from tires that are damaged.
When it is time to change the brakes on your 2001 Mitsubishi Montero, they will make noises. There could be a grinding or squealing noise that you will hear.
Could be, in need of brakes or wheel bearing failure,
They could, yes.
There are a few reasons why a 1997 Toyota Camry may be losing power. A few of the reasons could be a bad battery, ignition coil, or the fuel pump.
Do you have lights? If not, you r battery is probably discharged. I guess there could be a problem with the starter circuit. I believe this has a fuse in the underhood fuse block.
Try to locate the ticking noise. Is it the engine? Is it ticking when you are driving? When you are sitting still? It could be as simple as a stone stuck in yoru tire, everytime it hits the road it ticks. it could be a lifter in the engine. Try to be more specific as to where and when the ticking happens.
There could be many reasons why the Acura makes a high pitch whining noise. It could be that the brakes or the rotors are going out.
Buy a thermostat and install it.
Oil can either be burned, or it can leak
It could be your shocks, connection between you tire or your brakes could need a good oiling.
Phoenix, Az Toyota dealership quoted me $135.00 for a replacement battery (Toyota branded, which could be either Interstate or Panasonic).
It's hard to diagnose without hearing the noise, but if you're sure that it is not the brakes, it could be dirt/sand/rock in the brakes. If you're hearing the sound all the time (even when not applying the brakes), it could be wheel bearings.
usually it will to the brake pads wear a little or it could be your rotors
There could be a humming noise from the engine of a 2002 Toyota Corolla because of low oil or a fouled spark plug. It can also indicate a more serious problem.