I have replaced the front disc brake rotors, pads and the rear drums and shoes with new components on my 1994 Toyota Celica ST. The auto transmission is operating well. What could be making a rotational noise?
Hydraulic lifters are nonadjustable. Chances are the noise is coming from play in rocker arm, or ignition out of time. If you are sure it is the lifter, then it must be replaced.
how do i disable the alarm on my 2001 toyota celica my key fob broke in half and i disabled the horn so it doesn't make noise cause the alarm goes off every second but how do u disarm the alarm cause also the car will not start without the alarm disabled
don't know about belt; but the noise might be water pump or AC compressor (if installed). Mine has same. hi there mate I'm a Toyota tech. you need a need belt and tensioner its hydrolic therefore not adjustable.
Could be a bad CV joint or bad wheel bearing C.V. Joints need replacing
If the slapping noise gets progressively faster as the tires turn, check for a large nail or rock in the tire tread.
sounds like your selinoid is bad. it might be separate from your starter or it might be attached. that means you can get a new one or try a new starter
State your noise.
Noise is produced when something vibrates causing the surrounding air to vibrate.
A bang is a sudden loud percussive noise, or a strike upon an object causing that noise.
It may be a wheel bearing making noise, or your tires may be way overdue for a tire rotation. Are the tires badly worn in some spots?
There are several things that can cause a clanging noise on your 2004 Toyota. A loose exhaust pipe is the most common cause.
What is the roaring noise from a 1999 Toyota Camry XLE at speeds over 35 ? Sounds like it is coming from the rear.