Question about Toyota HiAce
I have it aligned, tire balance but everytime i will apply for break the sterring wheel wigles, whwy is the problem and the solution
Warped disc brake rotors can cause this
Posted on May 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my steering wheel column wigls
If your third gen is NOT air bag equipped, just follow the blue NUMBERED steps only!
If you have a 90-92 F-Body equipped with an air bag, skip steps 1 and 2 and go to step A in red letters just below step 2!
From this point you will remove the lockplate at step 3 below (in blue letters). Things should be pretty much exactly the same.
Once they're tightened up, installation is in reverse order. Getting the tilt part of the column back on is kind of tricky too but with that spring out (step 14), it's not too bad.. I did it with the spring still installed.. Be careful when you put the collar back on, you don't want to bend the piece that sits on the left side of the column that's attached to the ignition cylinder. if you bend it, you may not be able to turn the key or the car may not statr when the column is put together. If it does get bent or look bent, you can bend it back by hand.
When you're putting the high beam linkage back on, make sure that the end metal rod fits into the switch under the steering column and then put grease on the steering column piece to hold it in place as you put the collar back on. then it's just bolts and screws and you're set.
It took me 2 tries to get it right.. First time, I didn't tighten the 4 bolts down tight enough and it got lose again quick. You might also want to loctite the screw that holds the turn signal lever in place. That likes to get loose and then you have to take off the steering wheel and lock plate to tighten it.
If you have any questions, let me know..
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Probably the wear indicators, may be time for new brakes.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
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