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I had the water pump, timing belt, spark plugs, and all gaskets changed 6 months ago. Two months ago a rather loud and annoying metal-on-metal sound has been present when the engine is on. First thoughts were a belt, a roller, a bearing, maybe the water pump. Mechanic took the engine apart and changed a roller, but everything else is checked out and running perfectly. He cannot pinpoint the source of the sound. To me, it sounds like a belt or a roller is causing it, but it's not. It does not "accelerate" with the engine, it just is almost like a very loud constant noise. It's annoying at best, but if I don't find the source I'm just constantly driving around thinking my car's gonna break at any minute. I don't need that stress. Any ideas?
The rubber seal along the bottom of my windshield is cracked and pulling away from the glass. What is this part called? I need to find an estimate of how much it'll cost me to replace it.
I replaced the front struts 2 years ago (at about 70,000). Now, they're making that annoying racket again over bumps. Should this be happening again so soon? The car only has 87,000 on it.
Lately my Camry idles very low when stopped (in gear), making the car vibrate noticably. When in neutral, the idle is a bit higher and seems normal. Can I get the idle adjusted, or do I need to replace the idle air control valve?