Q: I want to know if an engine from a 2007 Camry would fit on my 2004 Camry

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I recently replaced the engine head and my car is shaking I was told the best thing to do is replace the whole engine. I found an engine from a 2007 Camry and wanted to know if it would fit my 2004 Camry

My car has 12100 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello there, replacing the engine in your 2004 Toyota Camry is a large time intensive job. The 2007 engine will not fit your vehicle, as these years have different body styles. Replacing engines is a job best left to professionals to ensure the right engine is chosen and that the engine is inspected and will work properly once installed. There’s a possibility that the shaking may not require a full engine replacement. If you would like a second opinion on this problem before committing to an engine repair, a certified technician from YourMechanic can come to your car’s location to diagnose the shaking problem and advise you on the best next steps.

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