Steering Problems of Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry owners have reported 779 steering related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 27 most common steering problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's steering (435 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's steering column (78 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

  Recently reported Steering problems of Toyota Camry

The Steering problem

I filed a vehicle safety complaint last month in reference to my electric power steering symbol came on in my car. I didn't drive my car for 2 weeks because I didn't want to take a chance on having a crash.   Read details...

The Steering Column problem

Electric power steering: at times car would pull very hard to either the left or right at low speeds. The pull was so strong that it would pull you off of the road if you weren�t gripping the steering wheel firmly.   Read details...

The Steering Wheel problem

Mavis said that struts are leaking. . Went to Toyota they said it is sweating. My mechanic said they should replace struts under warranty they are definitely leaking. They refuse to do it. Called Toyota headquarters and they refuse to fix and replace three struts.   Read details...

The Steering Noise problem

My Camry started making noise when turning the steering wheel. At first it would come and go sometimes a few days in between. Now it make the popping noise all the time. I'm concerned about the safety of my family. .   Read details...

The Steering Rack And Pinion problem

Well, nothing happened but I believe Toyota Camry, se, sedan, v6, has a problem with steering rack and pinion drive leak at 90 k. Many Camry vehicles have it, according to numerous reports on the web for models (2001 through whatever, sedans or not).   Read details...

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