Question about 2000 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner
Most likely, you have a tire out of balance. This can occur slowly over time, or if a wheel weight gets thrown off (happens more than you might think). It's also possible you have a knot, cupping, or other irregular wear on one or both front tires. The best ting to do would be to take the truck to a tire shop and have the tires balanced and rotated. If you still have a shake in the front end, you may have a faulty suspension component. But the chances are very good that it's just an out of balance tire. Cheers.
Posted on Jul 15, 2013
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