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Toyota Camry Solara, Toyota Camry, Sedan
#3075 of 5279 Re: Dashboard Vibration [bdav]
Mar 23, 2005 (7:17 pm)
I have similar problem on 93 Camry. This is what I found on Canadian gov. vehicle safety website:
Affected Year(s): 1994
Units Affected: 3903
TC Recall #: 1998133
THE STEERING WHEEL SET NUT MAY LOOSEN AND CAUSE AN ABNORMAL STEERING VIBRATION AND LOOSENESS. IF THE OWNER CONTINUES TO OPERATE THE VEHICLE IN THIS CONDITION, THE NUT MAY EVENTUALLY COME OFF, AND THE STEERING WHEEL MAY SEPARATE FROM THE STEERING SHAFT. THIS WOULD RESULT IN LOSS OF CONTROL AND A POSSIBLE CRASH. CORRECTION: STEERING WHEEL SET NUT WILL BE TIGHTENED ON AFFECTED VEHICLES.
This is the website address:
You can check for yourself this website.I know you have 95 camry and they are talking about 94 Camry. I felt you have similar problem and I have the same on 93 camry. What a co-incident! Thought this info might help you to solve your problem. Thanks.
#3076 of 5279 Re: Camry hesitation /jerky [cam2003]
Mar 23, 2005 (7:58 pm)
Thanks for the reply. I have the 6 cyl. I would appreciate any help or suggestion. The high pitch, squeek noise is driving my wife crazy now, and $495 later at the dealership didn't resolve the problem at all. Belt dressing will get rid of it instantly. It just needs a little tightening. Do you know how to tighten that uppermost belt? Thanks.
#3077 of 5279 1988 Camry Not Switching Gears
Mar 23, 2005 (10:00 pm)
I have a 1988 Camry that is not switching gears. I know that the problem may be in the transmission but i don't know exactly where. Could it be the Speed Sensor, the solenoid? Help me? Most urgent!
#3078 of 5279 Re: Belt tension adjustment
Mar 24, 2005 (6:51 pm)
I have a document which shows how to adjust belt tension. Do you have any mail box so I can sent it to you.
#3079 of 5279 Re: Jerky Low Speed Shifting [seang]
Mar 24, 2005 (10:13 pm)
i would also like to know what the problem was mine did the same thing
#3080 of 5279 Spark plug change
Mar 25, 2005 (7:08 am)
Has anyone changed the (rear) spark plugs of a v-6 Solara engine? It appears that I need to remove the intake system to be able to pull the plugs. Any thoughts?
#3081 of 5279 Re: Question about 05 Camry fuel economy [nicecar1]
Mar 25, 2005 (11:05 am)
Thought I'd add my nickel's worth on Camry fuel economy. I have an '05 Camry LE with 4cyl and auto trans. I just passed 3500 mi. Those miles are mostly mixed city/hwy with one trip from Colo Springs to Austin (about 1900 mi round trip). That trip to Austin resulted in 35.6 mpg. Mileage overall is 26.5 avg. In short, I am delighted with the gas mileage for a car of this size and capability.
Calculation details: When possible I use the same pump at the same station. I keep a running total (total gal / total mi) as well as a sliding window average. Here in Colo, our 3 gas grades are 85/87/91 octane. I have been using the lowest grade (85), mostly Conoco (simply the closest station).
Anyway, I'm happy with the car. Mileage is part of it. Overall, a quality car with no serious warts.
#3082 of 5279 1997 Camry poor acceleration vibration
Mar 25, 2005 (11:41 am)
I own a 97 Camry 125000 miles, 4 cylinder automatic, the whole car is vibrating as soon i accelerate, even very smoothly ,immediatly stops when i take my feet of the gas pedal, (same feeling as an unbalanced wheel) plugs were replaced but did not help more noticeable around 30-50 mph.
#3083 of 5279 Re: 2003 Camry LE with Noise - Hopefully gone for good [mbjd]
Mar 25, 2005 (11:55 am)
I stumbled on your comment and I am experiencing the same suspension noise in my 03 Camry SE V6.My dealer says they all have this annoying sound and have replaced the shocks with no improvement. Apparently Toyota Canada has no fix for this very annoying noise. If anyone has a fix for this , please let us know!!!
#3084 of 5279 climate control panel light
Mar 25, 2005 (12:49 pm)
I have a 1997 XLE V6 camry. The climate control panel light seem loose (comes on and off while driving). Does anybody know an easy way to access this light without removing the whole dashboard cover?