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When i jack car up rear wheel shakes on 2005 camery

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  • vontaylor165 Dec 17, 2009

    yes wheel is tight but it still moves. could that come from bad break shoes? on 2005 camry.

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Does it give a problem when driving? The lug nuts could be loose or it could have a problem with the wheel bearing. This Is is assuming you mean the wheel itself can be moved and not the strut assmebly. Since I also drive a 2005 Camry I am curious about the details. Does the wheel moe on the hub or does it stay tight and the whold assembly allow moement?

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