Toyota Camry owners have reported 736 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 (399 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's steering column (77 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.
|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|
|Steering Wheel Vibrate problems|
|Power Steering Light On problems|
|Steering Failed problems|
|Steering Anti-theft Device problems|
|Steering Tie Rod Assembly problems|
|Steering Linkages problems|
|Steering Rack problems|
|Steering Is Loose problems|
|Steering Is Tight problems|
|Power Steering Failed problems|
|Lose Power Steering problems|
|Electric Power Assist Steering System problems|
|Steering Pinion Shaft problems|
|Steering Gear Box Sector Shaft problems|
|Steering Rod Relay Connection problems|
|Steering Gear Box problems|
|Power Steering Hose, Piping, And Connections problems|
|Steering Gear Box Shaft Pitman problems|
|Steering Knuckle Spindle problems|
There used to be whining noise when turning the wheel while leaving parking. This month I noticed the steering sometimes feels loose while driving either highway or city street. Sometimes it veers left, sometimes veers right and sometimes normal. Read details...
The steering column on my 2012 Camry se will not stay in position. The lever that is supposed to lock the column into position keeps falling open, from gravity, allowing the column to telescope out, be pushed in, pull up, or down, with the very little pressure while driving the vehicle. Read details...
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 contact owns a 2005 Toyota Camry. While driving approximately 15 mph and making a left turn, there was a grinding noise coming from the steering wheel. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 203,000. Read details...
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...