Question about 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser
At speeds of 60mph or more when i go over bumps on road that are not hit at the same time whith the front tires the fronts end vibrates violently and I have to slow down to get control. When both tires hit bumps evenly ie. together at the sme time this does not happen.
New tierods have been installed and have helped somewhat but vibration still occures.
Change the swivel bearing each side you got 2bearing do prober adjustment.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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