Toyota Camry owners have reported 12 problems related to steering wheel vibrate (under the steering category).
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. While driving 65 mph, a loud clunking noise was heard from the steering column. The steering wheel vibrated without warning. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the vehicle was consuming approximately 3/4 quarts of oil. In addition, the dealer stated that the vehicle may need a new engine because of the rapid oil consumption. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue. The failure mileage was 59,600.
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When I travel at the speed of 65+ mph , steering wheel is shaking very badly , wheel balancing does not fix it.
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Steering wheel started vibrating on reaching the speed of 60 mph. It was more prominent while driving straight while it was not as much while negotiating the bends. However, no vibration was felt at slower speeds. I have got both front and rear rotors and break pads changed recently, all wheels have been balanced and alignment done. I wonder if the manufacturer would take care to identify the cause and recommend remedy.
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The contact owns a 2013 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 20 mph, the steering wheel would shake violently and the vehicle would veer to the side. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, where it was diagnosed that the two front tires were defective and needed to be replaced. The tires were replaced. However, the failure recurred. In addition, the contact stated that when starting the engine, there was a loud noise present. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 41,912.
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The contact owns a 2004 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the steering wheel vibrated and required excessive force to control. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 85,000.
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2007 Toyota Camry. Consumer states problems with the steering wheel shaking while driving and the tire pressure sensor staying on. She also states that the sun visor flips down while the vehicle is in motion. The consumer stated after the tire pressure monitoring system was reset. But, it light illuminated again. The cd player was no longer working, even though it was replaced a year ago. Updated 01/12/11.
2002 Toyota solara convertible steering wheel vibration. I recently purchased a used convertible. The steering wheel has vibration that is not related to speed. All tires and both front axles have been replaced. A four-wheel alignment has been completed as well. I have concerns that the vehicle has steering problems similar to other recalls issued by Toyota motors.
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The front left of the car was making noise. When I drive, the steering wheel was vibrating when I press the brake. When I was driving on the freeway, the steering wheel stopped working. As the steering wheel did not work, I tried to stopped the car by pressing the brakes, but that did not stop the car. The front of my car hit into the center divider on the freeway and then the back of my car also hit the divider. When the car finally stopped I was blocking 3 lanes on a 5 lane freeway facing traffic. The air bags did not deploy even though I was driving 55 mph. The front bumper completely detached from the car. I suffered whiplash including neck and shoulder pains. I just had my car maintained about a month ago.
When I was driving at night, I started to feel a lot of heat in my right hand, the heat came from the radio and the a/c controls stop working and the radio too, the radio turn blank but keep playing the a/c controls keep turning on and off by them selves. Since then my radio goes blank, on and off and the dealer wont do nothing about it, I have check with different Camry's owners and I have found out that they have the same problem. I also have problems with my brakes???? when I step on the brakes my steering wheel starts shaking like if the rotors were bad, I took the car to my mechanic only to find out that a idle arm is bad ,and he as well as other Camry's owners tell me that there are a lot problems with those arms. My car is stock, I haven't done any modifications. The other problem that I have is that I took the car for new tires and I saw rust inside all my rims, I live in California so there no snow or I do not live to close to the beach, and I do not know what to do, I told the dealer and they say nothing they can do. My visors keep falling off and they come of their base.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. Ever since the vehicle was purchased, there has been excessive vibration in the front end. The failure occurs while driving between 65-70 mph and causes the steering wheel to vibrate. The dealer rebalanced the tires, but the failure still persists a year later. A mechanic drove the vehicle, confirmed the vibration, but provided no solution. The current mileage was 13,200 and failure mileage was 12,900.
The contact owns a 2004 Toyota Camry. While driving 55 mph, the steering wheel vibrated. The contact was still able to maintain control of the vehicle. The dealer stated that the intermediate shaft needed to be replaced due to normal wear and tear. The repair was not made. The failure mileage was 65,000 and current mileage was 71,520.
I bought my car new in may 1998. I had the brakes replaced at least 3 times the first time being 11/8/99. I have complained several times of front end noise, car drifting, and steering vibrations. Each time I was told it was either incorrect tire pressure, out of balance or alignment. Most of the time I was told the noise is normal road noise and the drifting is normal drifting. I think something needs to be done about this. My car is no longer under warranty. I bought a new car to avoid having to pay for all these expensive repairs and because I had a 7 month old baby. I now have two children and sometimes I am afraid to drive them in my car. My car still makes the noise, drifts, steering wheel vibrations. I have even reported clunking noises from the bottom of the car and was told it needed to be greased or the bolts tightened. It seems Toyota has known about this problem all along and decided to do nothing about it. Toyota should be forced to fix all the vehicles with this condition. It shouldn't take someone's death before something is done. I am a first Toyota buyer and very disappointed. I can not afford to fix a suspension system that was defective at the time of purchase, nor should I have to for a $20,000 car that is barely 5 years old with only 53,000 miles on it. I thought the mechanics were right about normal noise until I saw all the complaints about the suspension system. Please help. Thank you. Jb.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Steering Column problems||
|Steering Wheel problems||
|Steering Noise problems||
|Steering Rack And Pinion problems||
|Hydraulic Power Assist Steering System problems||
|Power Steering Pump problems||
|Power Steering Fluid problems||
|Power Steering Light On problems||
|Steering Wheel Vibrate problems||