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Vibration in 2000 Camry while stopped in light

Posted by raj30 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 7, 07 at 21:18

I bought a 2000 Camry last month and its acting same like when I am stopped in a red light, its vibrating and can be feel through the steering, brake pedal and the RPM meter is also vibrates between 2000 to 4000 constantly. And the engine sounds like drums beat(not loud) with the vibration. But this does not happen all the times, only once/twice a day it happens. While vibrating if I shift the gear to the parking, it shut down the engine sometimes. And when i again keep moving, then it runs fine. Can anybody help me fix this. Thanks.

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RE: Vibration in 2000 Camry while stopped in light

I have this same problem with my Avalon. They replaced an O2 sensor and it ran fine for about 3 months. Now it is doing it again. I'm taking it in tomorrow.

I understand that there are 2 O2 sensors. I'll post when I get my car back.

Its kind of scary huh?

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