2011 Toyota Corolla Power Train problems, defects and reviews. Updated December 20, 2016.

Toyota Corolla Power Train problems and reviews: 1.

Are you driving a 2011 Toyota COROLLA, or planning to buy one? Review reported Power Train problems and defects.

Power Train Toyota 2011
Jacksonville, FL
Model Corolla
System Power Train

I Started To Hear A Loud Roaring/road Noise From Front Of My Vehicle While Driving At Approximately 65-70 Mph. Since My Vehicle Only Has 49,000 Miles On It, I Assumed It Was A Tire Problem And Not A Failed Bearing. I Took The Vehicle To Costco Where I Recently Purchased Tires. I Informed The Advisor There That The Noise Was Coming From The Front Of The Vehicle ( I Did Not Specify A Side). He Then Told Me That There Was Nothing Wrong With The Tires And Sounded Like A Failed/failing Bearing. He Also Informed Me That This Was A Common Problem With The 2009-2013 toyota corolla‘s, Specifically The Front Passenger Side. I Immediately Took My Vehicle To My Local toyota Dealership (arlington toyota) Who Confirmed That The Front Passenger Wheel Bearing Had Failed And The Replacement Would Covered Under The power Train Warranty. The Dealership Replaced The Wheel Bearing At No Cost To Me.

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 49400 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):2T1BU4EE2BC. TOYOTA COROLLA 2011 problem was reported in JACKSONVILLE, FL. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.

Apr 14, 2015

2011 Toyota Corolla problems and complaints, up-to-date recall information and reviews. If you are researching a used Toyota Corolla, driving a 2011 Toyota Corolla, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Power Train problems and defects.

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