Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
Wobbles at idle
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car wobbles
yes make sure your lug nuts are all tight and the wheels are seated properly on the hubs, if they are tight bring the car to a tire shop and have them balance the two front tires, this will tell you if you have a bent wheel please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
SOURCE: do 4runners crank pulleys go bad
Yes, in most cases you can. The crankshaft pulley is bolted to the front of the crank shaft by either 1 large bolt and thick washer, or by 4 small bolts around the edge of inside of the pulley, depending on model.
Remove all belts that are driven by the crankshaft pully and then grasp the pully to see if it is loose in some way.
To remove the large bolt(if that's what you have), will require the use of a strap wrench which can be gotten for the free loan-A-tool from Autozone.
Only if the end of the crankshaft was damaged in some way would you have to replace the crankshaft.
If you would like to contact me again about this or other problems, feel free to do so.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Maybe, you would have to remove the belts and then take a look at all the pulleys, it could be a pulley or a bad waterpump, or even something in the timing belt, like a timing belt pulley or tensioner pulley or waterpump,the best way to find out is to remove all the belts and then start the motor and listen for the noise, if the noise is still there with the belts removed then its something in the timing belt, but is the noise goes away then its something with the belts a pulley or a alternator, you would have to inspect all pulley and the acc, hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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Ok, let's troubleshoot that cylinder. Is this a 4 cylinder engine? If not, please tell me which engine you have. If yes, #1 is closest to the belt. Remove the spark plug and look it over. Is it clean and just a little brown? If it is dirty, clean it up.
Next push it back into the plug wire and hold it with an oven mit against the exhaust manifold. Make the threads contact the metal of the engine while someone briefly cranks and then shuts off the engine. Note, it could be loud if the engine actually starts. You can avoid that by taking the coil loose from the coil, but remember how it goes back. While the engine turns, watch for a spark at the plug. If the spark is strong and periodic, the ignition is working right and the problem is probably with a valve or injector.
If the spark is absent or not rythymic, the problem is the plug or wire. Try putting the plug into a different wire and redo the test to see whether it's the wire or the plug itself.
If the ignition system, plug and wire are all good, we need to troubleshoot the cylinder.
The first test to do is this case is a compression test. If you can borrow a compression tester from the parts store or a friend, etc. test all cylinders and write down the pressures.
If you get to this point, please get back to me. We'll get this figured out.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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