Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
First off, steering wobble usually starts threw front hubs so ya best is first jack the front up so wheels are off the ground, hold the tyre top and bottoms an try to push it in and out, if there is play there than you may need to
Simply replace wheel bearings etc or in my case just repack and set em an Make sure you do the inner bit 28mm nuts up firm,
Second option is get a high quality steering damper which also helps heaps when 4x4 ing,
Third option could very well be play on the tirod ends an this can be checked by havin te wheels off te ground as steering lock off and just gentler trying to twist the wheel side to side an if there is play than u will know that the slak is coming threw the rod ends before friction hits the steerin arms hence causing vibrations
Posted on Jun 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a coil spring compresser, and the proper skill level to use it.
If you try to change the coils without a compresser, you CAN & WILL GET HURT. Coil springs are not something to fool about with if you do not have the proper tools. These things are danagerous.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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sounds like a case of cv joint"axle"failure, I would have someone take a good look at the axle the issue might not be noticeable though by just looking if the boots are still intact
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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