Question about 2000 Toyota RAV4
It could be damaged shock absorbers, broken coil springs, unbalanced wheels or damaged wheel hubs, faulty tyres (may have blistered), faulty wheel bearings, exhaust hangers (rubber and metal) may have dropped off or broken allowing part of the exhaust system to bounce up and down off the underside of the car. Loose wheel nuts could also be the cause.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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