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  1. Join Date
    Aug 2012
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    I]Hi guys, I borrowed a 96-97 Toyota Camry from a friend for a plan to go to Quezon, as I was using it in Metro Manila, there were knocking and banging sounds at the back of the back of the car. I had it brought to my suking mechanic along Roosevelt. He recommended changing the rear shocks and the bushings at the back of the car. I had it made in one day but when we test drove the car. The banging and knocking sounds were only lessened but did not really go away. Brought it back and they had all day looking for it and they had to re do the mounting but there was no success. What do you think guys do I have to do to fix things like that?...

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    i'd tinker with the car only if the owner gave express permission.
    sometimes, a "yes" actually means, "i'd rather you not".
    some unsolicited advice..
    Last edited by dr. d; January 10th, 2013 at 10:59 PM.

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    The owner po gave permission. And I will bwthe one spending. Thanks though

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    The owner po gave permission. And I will be the one spending. Thanks po.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutenelia View Post
    The owner po gave permission. And I will bwthe one spending. Thanks though

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    The owner po gave permission. And I will be the one spending. Thanks po.
    would you like to borrow my car? btw, the wheel pulls slightly to the left...
    joke, of course.

96-97 model Toyota camry experiencing banging and knocking sounds