Question about 1993 Toyota T100
Jack up the car and put it on 4 stands on a level surface, so that all the wheels are off the ground. Then, have someone 'drive' the vehicle at 25 mph where the vibration is worst, and watch to see if any of the rims are bent or improperly installed (wobbling), or if any tires have a shifted belt (unusual bumps and lumps). If those items check out, turn off the car, and then check all u-joints for play (try to twist it in opposite directions)
If any are worn, you know what you have to do.
Also, check to see if the driveshafts have any dirt or mud caked on them, or if any balance weights are missing. G/L
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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