Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
2004 camry with 110,000 miles. Vibration coming from right front. Similar to what you would feel with bad wheel bearings. Replaced front tires and had alignment redone. Replaced front brakes and had mechanic evaluate vibration. Diagnosis was bearings okay, bad left rear tire. The vibration continues and definitly from the right front. So much now that my wife notices it. I checked under the car and found no signs of worn tie rod bushings, motor mounts or other mount rubber parts. I did try to check condition of CV joints by trying to move them by hand. They all felt tight except for the inner right CV joint. I was able to rotate the inner axle with channel locks a slight amount. Or the inner would move slightly while the outer axle didn't move. So, am I barking up the wrong tree? Or should I have someone check the inner CV joint.
If the wheel is in balance and there is no other signs of what is causing the vibration than yes that cv joint should be chk. Is the strut ok? might want to chk. that too.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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