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Toyota Cressida noise

My car cressida1987 have some problem,front left around tyre always make sound if passing the wrinkle road like unpaved road,and some time the car moving left or right by it self,and the RPM digital sometime not working properly blank,hang,i turn off the engine and start again the digital working normal again

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Check Brake caliper and pads may need shims on pads, if its a rattling noise on bumpy roads calipers will rattle if brake clips or shims are missing. Car moving from left to right by itself could be a few things 1 Bad rack-and pinon mounting bushings 2. Bad inner or outer tie rods. 3. bad ball joints 4. uneven wear on tires. check all of the above and you will find your problem. Rpm guage not working more than likely is the cluster itself is going bad or malfunction. I wouldn't worry too much about since it just RPM.

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