Question about 1996 Toyota Tercel
When I reach 30-40 MPH and especially while curving to the left, the front left wheel gets "shaky" as if something sounds loose. Not only is the wheel system problem audible, but the malfunction can also be felt through the steering wheel and the floor board. I have replaced the wheel bearing, but it only solved the problem temporarily. My next guess would be the axel, but I might as well look for consultation.
Though I do agree with polarcycle, there may well be a problem, with the bushes.
This could cause an inbalance, and could be what is killing your bearing.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Is the bearing loose again? If so, you need to replace the bearing and the hub. This probably needed to be done the first time if it was loose then. They have a problem with the hubs wearing out.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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