Question about 2001 Toyota Highlander
I thought I was getting a flat or lug nuts were loose but not the case, taking turns feels like rear passenger wheel is going sideways.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear flat tire on toyota
This may sound offbeat, but you may have to kick the heck out of it to get it off the car. Heat can sometimes seize a wheel to the hub, especially combined with exposure to the elements. Or you can hit the tire using a small sledgehammer. Put a piece of 2x4 against the tire (NOT the wheel) and hit that with the hammer. Hit it at different points around the tire and eventually it'll come off.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
You have to take the rear diff apart to pull the axle. I think you should inspect your u-joints by taking them apart. Some times they can fool you. And check that there is no play in the pinion when you have the driveshaft off.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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