Question about 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser
Toyota FJ cruzer front end alignment problem -both front tires are worn out inside of the tire-what causes this if alignment is OK
Tires cannot wear themselves on one side unless they are forced to; ie ALIGNMENT. You might have to start with frame equipment at an auto body shop.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Your toe in part of your alignment is out it is toed in alittle to much if both tires are worn on the outside the toe in being out like that means the front stance of the front tires is narrower by more than it should be than the rear stance of the front tires it shouldn't be more than a 1/16 of an inch narrower anymore than that is to much.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: grinding noise front end when
Do you have aftermarket rims? If the rims rub against an outer tie rod, it will destroy tires. Any kind of suspension modification can cause this also.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
If you get the exclamation point (!) light that's with a U-shape, it's likely that one or more of your TIRES has low pressure. I also had this once, and it, too, was on a cold January day in New Hampshire (-8ºF).
When you have your tire pressures checked, do remember, however, that you actually have FIVE (5) tires, including the SPARE. My problem turned out to be low pressure in that SPARE!
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Contact the Toyo company. toyota will not help you on this one. You need to check to see if there is unusual shredding or peeling or possibly chunks coming off the tires. That is what happened with mine at 14K miles and I am in the process of getting them replaced. Toyota service told me they thought it was normal wear. It was not. After I contacted Toyo, they told me to go to a toyo dealer and have them call the company back. They offered me 100% if I put the same A20 tire onthe vehicle and 70% (100% for unused spare) if I put the new Toyo HT. I chose the latter since it has a 60K mile warranty. What I also found out is the A20 tire is not the same one you can buy now. The new one is the A20A. The original A20 was made specifically for Toyota at their request as an OEM tire. Toyota should have some liability in this and I am fighting them for the 30% cost, but am not holding my breath they will help.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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