Question about Toyota Highlander
The knuckle bushing where diagram part # 48720A attaches is clunking. The only solution so far is a very expensive knuckle
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Steering knuckle
it really should ive never noticed a difference but with the different suspension systems there could very well be a difference i would recomend just look at them if they look the same then the should fit
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: 99 lantra,clunk /knock under car
you are right it is probably your balljoint or tie rod end have it checked
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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SOURCE: Rear Suspension Knucle bushing
Last Shot Auto Parts LLC has them ! Best price and Heavy Duty ! Fast shipping too ! They installed real easy and the ride is excellent. $ 79.00 for the set and don't have to ever deal with the problem again !! Thanks LSAPLLC !
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Posted on May 09, 2010
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In a word, finding tires that will handle snow and ice, and last for 45,000 miles is a difficult task.
Tires that perform better in the snow are traditionally 'softer' tires, and are not going to last 45,000 miles, due to the inherently softer tread composition..
We here recommend Bridgestone "Blizzak" winter tires. We have found their performance on snow to be simply tremendous. I would get come Blizzaks installed if I were you.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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