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Old 27 Nov 2004, 09:02 am   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 97 Camry and recently I noticed when I use Reverse I hear a
low rumbling sound from the rear of the car. I'd appreciate any
feedback about what this might be. thanks
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Old 27 Nov 2004, 06:44 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Change oil and filter first , NOW

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Old 27 Nov 2004, 09:19 pm   #3 (permalink)
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On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 15:02:54 +0000, steve wrote:

> I have a 97 Camry and recently I noticed when I use Reverse I hear a
> low rumbling sound from the rear of the car. I'd appreciate any
> feedback about what this might be. thanks


Clear all Polecats from the rear of the car!

(Sorry, I couldn't resist...)

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Old 28 Nov 2004, 07:23 am   #4 (permalink)
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steve <steve@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<tl5hq0dn5lavu3h03jggs6l5njaqh2ij46@4ax.com>. ..
> I have a 97 Camry and recently I noticed when I use Reverse I hear a
> low rumbling sound from the rear of the car. I'd appreciate any
> feedback about what this might be. thanks


Try lifting the car and turning the rear wheels forward and backward
by hand.
There's nothing in the back of the car that should be making any
noise.
Possibly a problem with the (drum?) brakes, or wheel bearing - may
only show up under load, but try checking for noises with wheels
raised.
If you're in such a region, could be something as simple as snow
packed in the wheel well rubbing against tire tread.
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Old 28 Nov 2004, 02:45 pm   #5 (permalink)
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thanks

On 28 Nov 2004 05:23:22 -0800, nospampls2002@yahoo.com (Daniel M.
Dreifus) wrote:

>steve <steve@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<tl5hq0dn5lavu3h03jggs6l5njaqh2ij46@4ax.com>. ..
>> I have a 97 Camry and recently I noticed when I use Reverse I hear a
>> low rumbling sound from the rear of the car. I'd appreciate any
>> feedback about what this might be. thanks

>
>Try lifting the car and turning the rear wheels forward and backward
>by hand.
>There's nothing in the back of the car that should be making any
>noise.
>Possibly a problem with the (drum?) brakes, or wheel bearing - may
>only show up under load, but try checking for noises with wheels
>raised.
>If you're in such a region, could be something as simple as snow
>packed in the wheel well rubbing against tire tread.


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Old 28 Nov 2004, 03:28 pm   #6 (permalink)
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thanks
On 28 Nov 2004 05:23:22 -0800, nospampls2002@yahoo.com (Daniel M.
Dreifus) wrote:

>steve <steve@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<tl5hq0dn5lavu3h03jggs6l5njaqh2ij46@4ax.com>. ..
>> I have a 97 Camry and recently I noticed when I use Reverse I hear a
>> low rumbling sound from the rear of the car. I'd appreciate any
>> feedback about what this might be. thanks

>
>Try lifting the car and turning the rear wheels forward and backward
>by hand.
>There's nothing in the back of the car that should be making any
>noise.
>Possibly a problem with the (drum?) brakes, or wheel bearing - may
>only show up under load, but try checking for noises with wheels
>raised.
>If you're in such a region, could be something as simple as snow
>packed in the wheel well rubbing against tire tread.


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