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Asked by Jul 17, 2016 at 01:36 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

if a 2000 year toyato Camry  make a rattle noise
when it crank and hit the gas and it don't let me go
fast but when i press the brake or stop it cut off
What's wrong

4 Answers

95,085

Far too many things it could be to even begin to list here. I would recommend that you have it towed it to a shop you trust as soon as possible, cause from what you are saying you could cause severe engine damage.

1,700

Indeed...a noise as you describe on the crank is not a good sign. Check the Engine/Trans oil levels. Feel/smell the oil. Do you smell Gas? Does the oil feel gritty? What color is the Engine oil? You might have a Starter Motor malfunction whereby the "Drive Mechanism" is coming apart. A compression test of all engine cylinders is where I would start the diagnosis. Let us know any progress you make with this issue.

1,160

Choppa....any good/bad news about the issues with this vehicle?

95,085

Nothing out of the ordinary, water pumps, injectors, fuel pumps, some steering problems on higher mileage units. Maintance seems to be slightly higher.

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