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My 2004 Toyota Sienna has a rumbling, almost like something is loose, sound coming from the front left as I go over uneven road, it's almost constant now. I've had new tires put on, wheel alignment completed, new break pads, and a technician look at the struts. They said the struts look OK for now and the front end is "solid." They couldn't pin point the problem sound, but think it might be the strut mounts. Does this sound like a strut mount problem or could it be something worse like in the CV boot?

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I vote for the brake pads. Does the rattle stop if you slightly apply the brake. If the caliper releases enough the pad can rattle.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

  • kanjiman798 Aug 05, 2010

    No, only when driving, and occasionally when you turn at slow speeds there is a strange grinding sound.

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