Thanks for the information. I too have similar problem, but at a higher
>> Stay informed about: 94 camry vibration *fixed*
My question though for the technical people out there, is why does this fix
the problem? If the vibration was at a particular engine rpm, I could
understand it, or if you had replaced the rubber mount under the
transmission, but I find it strange that changing the engine mounts has
fixed the speed range vibration problem.
That query aside, I hope this may also be the solution for my camry
vibrating at 95-105 kph. My engine mounts all 'look' OK, but for that cost,
I think it will be worth a try.
Just an observation in recent days, a similar but smaller vibration appears
to be noticable at slower speed (say 60kph) when accelerating 'hard' around
a left hand corner, but I can't notice it around a right hand corner.
Thanks for the infomation, I will let you all know the outcome (probably in
a couple of weeks time), of new engine mounts on my car.
> There have been various posts detailing a vibration or wobble on this
> generation Camry through a particular speed range. In my case it has
> been between 45-55 MPH when accelerating. Many of us have had the
> tires changed, balanced, rebalanced, wheels checked for roundness,
> suspension parts changed, axles replaced, etc.
> This problem first started for me 3-4 years ago and no mechanic has
> been able to pinpoint the cause. Finally a stroke of luck has
> befallen me and I have discovered the problem and fixed it. In my
> car the problem has been the motor mounts. I replaced the one by the
> radiator when the engine was rocking back and forth when first
> starting out. After replacing it I noticed the dogbone mount was
> dried out also. That one was easy to replace.
> Since replacements of the mounts, the wobbling sensation has mostly
> ceased. If there is any at all, it is around 30 MPH. Perhaps the
> third mount is worn or something else, but at this point I am
> ecstatic. Let me tell you, it's like driving a new car again. There
> also seems to be more power available. Perhaps that's just my
> imagination, though. The total cost to repair the two problems was
> $110. $70 for the big mount from Advance Auto and $40 for the
> dogbone from NAPA. A pneumatic impact wrench and breaker bar is also