Bought my 08 Camry new with 400 miles on it (it was driven from Texas dealer to Oklahoma) - Dec 07 It now has 40k miles - July 09 Noticed that the car had a slight shimmy while breaking - So I went to get an estimate to get rotors replaced/turned and confirm that is what the issue is. They also found that both of my right side struts are leaking. So the pads still have life in them but the rotors will need to be turned. Biggie is - Nobody sells strut kits to just replace the shock - so $600 in parts even if I do it myself. I know I am outside of the 36k bumper to bumper but can I get Toyota to warranty part of this since I am only 4k miles out. This can't really be normal? Cliffs: 40k miles in 19 month on new Camry Car now needs at minimum rotors turned and both right struts Suggestions? Thanks for your help, Nissan Update (16 July 09): Went in and showed the car to my local Toyota dealer. They agreed that 3 of the struts were "wicking" - Oil was not pouring out the side but was making it past the seals. And that they should not have been doing that. The fourth strut (back left) looks just fine and they are going leave it alone. Toyota is going to replace those 3 struts at not cost to me (as a good faith warranty) but I will need to pay for a realignment. They said they could not replace the brakes for me as they are a wear item and they couldn't do anything about those. I will end up paying for a realignment $85 and to have the dealer turn the rotors $120. All in all for about $200 I will be back on the road and putting many more miles on my Camry.