Hi.. I have a 1998 V6 camry with a problem that has seemed to stump almost all my local mechanics. It makes the clunking noise while driving (not necessarily over bumps, even in my own driveway which is smooth) Don't quote me on this but it seems to do it more often when turning. It also has an -intermittent- bad vibration of the steeringwheel in-between like 55-70 mph. And I don't really know how to explain this, but when im turning it seems to be really choppy in the turn. I have rebalanced the tires...rotated the tires. Had the struts checked out. Bought new tires. Had the struts checked out again. Put new strut mounts on. Had the springs checked out. Had CV joints/boot checked out. Rebalanced the new tires. And once again had the struts/springs checked out (at another service station). The new strut mounts seemed to -minimize- the noise for a short period of time, but by no means solved it. Just got it back from sears today because the vibrating was getting worse (and Toyota house says they don't think all new struts will fix anything, because they look fine, and it would be like 1300..) Also sometimes it seems that the something is really week in the suspension. When I go to hit the breaks hard, the rear end raises up more than I think it should, and it lowers more than I think it should with a full tank of gas. Any ideas guys? Any help would be much appreciated!