Noise when in reverse

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Old 18 Oct 2006, 01:17 pm   #1 (permalink)
Tuco Ramirez
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My 1998 Toyota Camry makes a noise when in backing out of a parking
space, but not when driving forward at regular highway speed. Does
anybody know what causes this?

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Old 18 Oct 2006, 06:03 pm   #2 (permalink)
Don Fearn
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I think it was "Tuco Ramirez" <tucodrat@yahoo.com> who stated:

>My 1998 Toyota Camry makes a noise when in backing out of a parking
>space, but not when driving forward at regular highway speed. Does
>anybody know what causes this?


Stick or auto?
Miles?
Whine or groan or . . . what kind of noise?



Diagnosis is really difficult with your limited information.
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Old 18 Oct 2006, 07:42 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Don Fearn wrote:
> I think it was "Tuco Ramirez" <tucodrat@yahoo.com> who stated:
>
> >My 1998 Toyota Camry makes a noise when in backing out of a parking
> >space, but not when driving forward at regular highway speed. Does
> >anybody know what causes this?

>
> Stick or auto?
> Miles?
> Whine or groan or . . . what kind of noise?
>
>
>
> Diagnosis is really difficult with your limited information.


It was the Power Steering Pump. I had it replaced as they told me I
could damage the rack and pinion steering. When there is a leak from
the PS pump, does it need to be replaced? I paid $400 for the
replacement with a rebuilt pump, does that sound reasonable?

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