Last post on Nov 03, 2006 at 11:12 PM
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Toyota Camry Solara, Suspension, Coupe
#11 of 15 Re: interest in back-up sensors [claires]
Aug 30, 2006 (6:13 pm)
Oh boy...a "duh" moment...
Great idea...sorry I didn't think of it!
#12 of 15 Re: interest in back-up sensors [moms_max]
Sep 22, 2006 (11:21 am)
Just checking in to see if there's been any updates I messed on the back-up sensors. You can contact me at mycsilverexcite.com.
#13 of 15 Re: 2001 Toyota Solara problem [yoda3]
Sep 23, 2006 (11:12 pm)
I have a '02 Solara with less than 25K miles. I also had the case of the clanging noise coming from the rear when the car had about 10K miles. The dealer told me they had to tighten the rear struts and sure enough, it went away. But, 1+ year later, the sound is back. Not as bad as before, but still there when braking hard or accelerating during cold starts. I'm also hearing a squeaking noise coming from the rear, but hard to tell if it's related.
Has anyone had any problems with the side windows rattling when it is half way down? My driver's side window rattles around quite a bit when its partially open. There is also a buzzing noise when going over grainy roads when the window is closed. =(
So much for that Toyota reputation. I've had problems with my seat constantly squeaking for a long time, but was finally fixed by the dealer under warranty after about the 5th visit!
#14 of 15 2007 Solara Conv vibrations
Oct 03, 2006 (8:38 am)
when I first bought my Solara Conv SLE I thought it had a pretty bad vibration problem. I tried Toyota for an explanation, but apparently there wasn't one. So...I took
it upon myself and I changed not only the wheels, but the new tires. Since then, the vibration I felt has diminished to the point I can live with it and be satisfied. I put bright chrome 17.5 wheels on it and have received numerous compliments over the wheels and the pinstriping. It was definitely worth the extra outlay of cash.
Nov 03, 2006 (11:12 pm)
You've probably noticed new discussions appearing all over the forums. What's happening is that we are closing generic, everything-in-one pile discussions like this and creating smaller discussions that deal with specific areas of interest. You'll find a number of discussions listed at the top level of this group: Toyota Solara
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