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Toyota Camry Solara exhaust system problems

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2010Sep 10

Camry Solara SE Sport 3.3L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 89,500 miles

The rear heat shield rusted away and was lying on the muffler last December, which made a hell of a racket. Now the forward heat shield has rusted away and is resting on the exhaust pipe - and this is making a nasty racket. The heat shields themselves are made out of the thinnest, cheapest metal possible....you'd think for a car costing $27,096.00 they'd use a slightly heavier gauge stainless steel piece for a heat shield? Afterall, it's only on the underside of the the car - which gets blasted with water, salt, and assorted road crud.....

Complaints to Toyota have gone unanswered.....if this is the stellar service the "King of Quality" offers, consider buying a domestic model.....at least with GM, Ford, or Chrysler, you can expect an average model as well as to be jerked around by the manufacturer & dealer. I was considering a Tacoma, but the Colorado is looking a lot more promising.....

2007solaraowner

Port Vue, PA, USA

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