Possibly sway bar bushings. I just replaced mine on my 94 and it was doing exactly as you describe. They really are not much to replace. There is a bolt at each end that needs to come off and you just replace it. I went to the junk yard and picked up two off a car with low mileage and the bushings were in good shape. Usually just the back sway bars need replaced. There are two on each side. Try this, jack up the car and grab the tire at 3:00 and 9:00 (right and left) and see if the the wheel moves from side to side. Have someone else do it while you look at the bushing at the end of the sway bar and you will see it move if its bad. If the sway bar is good then it will be solid when you try to move the tire from side to side. The only problem I had when I changed mine was on the inner end of the sway bar. You have to hold the end of the bolt while you loosen the nut and the head of the bolt is in a little like cup and there is not enough room for a socket and rachet and a wrench would not fit in either. I bent the edge of the gas tank up slightly till I got a socket in to hold it.
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...
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.
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.
Buy a thermostat and install it.
Oil can either be burned, or it can leak
Phoenix, Az Toyota dealership quoted me $135.00 for a replacement battery (Toyota branded, which could be either Interstate or Panasonic).
Check the fan clutch. It could be worn and allowing the blades to hit the comling or the radiator grill. Same with all the belts and tightener rollers. One could have a bad bearing.
Chipping of the paint???^~^
I have a 92 Toyota Camry that had the same problem. The result for my problem was my sunroof. It was not closing all the way like it was supposed to thus resulting in the water entering through the gaps between the rubber gaskets and causing my floor to get wet. If you have a sunroof, you should check it and take it apart and putting it back on making sure everything is tight and secured.
Something loose? Exhaust pipe rattling/hitting on something? You'll have search it out.
There are many places where one could purchase a second-hand 1996 Toyota Camry. One could check online car trading sites such as Auto Trader for information regarding the purchase of this used automobile.
Check the transmission fluid level.
State your noise.
Could be your timing belt.
You have to check transmission fluid level.
Most local and online auto parts retailers would carry replacement parts for a 2003 Toyota Camry. Parts can also be purchased from warehouse auto parts retailers as well.
Many different things can cause a rattling noise in a Mazda tribute. Stark by checking the engine belts and all brackets for anything that could be loose and causing a rattle.
The Camry could have a vacuum leak. If there is a vacuum leak, then there can be a whistling sound until the vacuum system is full of air.
I would suspect it is not timed correctly.
my guess is the lower motor mount
There are a few reasons that could cause the speedometer to stop working on your Toyota Camry. If the mileage is still working then the speedometer cable end is damaged. If both the odometer and speedometer do not work then the cable is most likely broken.
Look on the inside of the engine compartment and there may be a sticker showing them.