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Toyota Safety Warning: Simple Steps to Find Out Why Your Toyota is So Noisy

Do you own a “Whistling Toyota”? Does your Toyota seem to be making more noise than usual? Before chalking up the cause to just being a part of normal car aging, here are some simple steps to find out why your Toyota is so noisy before expensive neglect happens or you wind up needlessly firing a parts cannon at the problem. Plus, find out the most common cause of car noise owners miss and why this is a safety concern.


Where Your Car Noise Could be Coming From
According to some recent advice from a Toyota mechanic, “Most people’s solution to quieting their car ride is adding more insulation and often miss key things like tires and wind noise which would make your car very loud.”

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In a recent video from The Car Care Nut YouTube channel, its host shares some important things that you need to know that you should be checking on your car before spending a lot of money on the wrong things and wind up missing out on finding the correct solution to a car noise problem.

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The value of this video is that it provides some simple DIY car problem diagnosis instruction that you can add to your bank of knowledge and skills toward maintaining your Toyota and a common mistake some car owners make when it comes to their tires.

Is Your Car Too Loud? Start With These Simple Steps to Find Out Why

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For additional articles about Toyota maintenance and repair, here are a few articles for your consideration:

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Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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