Question about Toyota Auris
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to take this vehicle to a gm dealer right away sounds like a rod thats loose in there ?please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: clicking in steering column
Check the lower steering column universal joint coupling needle rollers !
Open the hood, and get someone to wiggle the steering wheel, and using a good torch, check the lower steering column joint, for any free play, or if you can hear or feel, the clicking, and check all the clamp bolts and nuts.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2009
check the universal joint on the bottom of the steering collum, put one hand ether side of it an twist see if there is any play in it you can also see if it is stiff/seized these will both cause a noise
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Do you mean the actual signals on the body of the car? Or the indicators in the dash?
If the actual signals aren't working, it may be a bad flasher. I don't know how to even test the flasher, you could just replace it(or them) and see how it goes!
If it's your indicators in the dash, it would be probably an LED or a short causing no power to get to the LED.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
What you hear is most likely a front axle that needs to be replaced. This is caused by a tear in the axle boot behind the wheel, which allows contaminates (sand, grit, small debris, water) to enter, which results in failure of the bearings, and the 'clicking' noise you hear. Changing the axle is a big job. I would recommend you consult a manual to see what is involved, as it's quite extensive.
To confirm my diagnosis, jack up the car, support with safety stands to allow you to safely crawl under it to inspect the boots of both axles. I am quite sure you will find tears or splits. Evidence of grease around the area is also an indicator that the boot is damaged, and axle grease is escaping. Let me know if you have any other questions. Curt
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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