I have a 2003 Toyota Camry LE V6 auto. It shifts smoothly and perfectly throughout all the gears, but when I go over 20 mph and come to a complete stop there is a slight thud/ clunk noise thats seems to be the transmission. When I come to a stop from a slower speed no noise or issue. I don't know where it's coming from. It has Fresh tranny fluid. I suspect motor mounts?? Or tranny going bad? Any help would be great!
It might be the mounts, also look into the transmission mount. I've seen sometime the brake pads moving in the calipers making this noise and suspension components.
Ok thanks. The engine does seem to be moving more than normal when visually checking the engine and mounts and having someone rev it with the brake pushed and shifting through the gears in park. Im taking it into my mechanic tomorrow.
Its 1 owner and has been extremely well taken care of and driven like a baby it's whole life. But it does have 230k miles.
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