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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Re: Toyota Cressida noise
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-andpinon 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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Road noise can be caused by many factors. But usually this is to do with the tyres. Cheap tyres often sound louder. The wider the tyre the louder the noise also. You could apply sound dampening material under the carpets and behind the door cards and in the boot.
It's most likely the left wheel bearing that's causing the noise, when turning to the right the weight of the car shifts to the left placing more load on the left wheel bearing and takes load off the right bearing.
Consider inspecting battery cables. They may look ok, but could be corroded and oxidized inside. If so, they have difficulty passing adequate current to starter/ground. I've always had issues with exactly this with 87 Cressida and 95 Camry.
possibly a wheel bearing or tyre noise from badly worn tyres
while driving in a straight line and noise is present change lanes or shimmy car left and right if noise gets worse or better wheel bearing problem
also if noise gets worse in normal town driving speed and gets less at higher freeway speeds check your wheel bearings
Have you checked to see you have the right tyre pressure. The only solution to your problem is new tyres with softer compound. A tyre that is made for both wintre and summer. The dry or summer tyres have a harder compund and make more noise on the road.
It's probably ok. Take it on a grassy area, or unpaved road, try the 4wd out. If you hear any noises while turning, it could be worn u joint shafts in one or both front wheels, but this can happen from normal wear and tear. If there is no problem (noises or performance) when driving normally on unpaved surface, everything is ok, and anyway, just turning the wheel a couple of times on dry pavement isn't enough to do damage.