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Look for a plug on the plastic ball, it may be under the monkey fabric cover. Pull plug and blow air in just like inflating a small beach ball. Re-insert plug to seal.

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What would cause the rear tire to rattle when kicked. I also have a rattling sound when driving from same area. My steering is horrible and when driving 60 it sways rapidly back and forth


Sounds like you need to get to a garage!

First thing is to check the tire pressures as under, or over inflation can cause swaying at speed.

Next thing to check is wheel bearings. Jack the vehicle up and feel for play when you try to rock the wheel top and bottom.

Other things are suspension ball joints and steering linkages and joints.

Also check the brake pads, if they are down to the metal, they might rattle.

Either way, your vehicle is an accident waiting to happen.

The least worrying thing is the rattle, although I can't see how a tire can rattle when you kick it. Perhaps the suspension or brakes, but not the tire.

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2005 Chevy Equinox..Driver side front tire rattles and shakes bad when you get over 40 mph....ball joint?


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1) Take car to non dealer shops willing to give FREE opinion

2) Not likely you have a shock in Driver Front wheel, more likely a strut. Not likely strut needs to be replaced, but strut has a STRUT MOUNT (3 bolts of which can be seen when opening your hood) below this it is connected to STRUT BEARING which below it connects to UPPER SEAT OF STRUT or SPRING INSULATOR, that if loose will rattle. Usually, shops will not tighten, because to tighten is same labor as replace the parts. (Since you already dropped $1000 on ToyotaDealer, ask them to tighten FOR FREE since rattle is still there.)

3) There is a part called a "link," connects strut to stablizer bar, that if bushings are bad will rattle.
4) If stabilizer bar bushing(s) bad, will rattle early on but eventually clunking
5) Bad ball joint or tie rod can rattle as well

Never permit any shop to do expensive work on your car w/o first getting a second opinion somewhere else first. Do not tell second shop that you are there for a second opinion.

Shaking steering wheel at highway speed, no braking
1) Bad tire in front, bad tires in front, verify inflation of tires
2) Wheel alignment may be out
3) Front suspension parts (mentioned several above)

Highway speed to suddenly braking shakes steering wheel
1) Front brake rotors need to be inspected for warping
2) Test calipers on empty road at 40 mph, going straight on very LEVEL ROAD, hit brake pedal SOMEWHAT hard while barely touching steering wheel. If car jerks to one side, instead of braking straight on, you may have a caliper, ABS, or brake fluid pressure regulator off.
3) If brake rotors are warped, may as well replace front brake pads at same moment. Use ceramic.
4) When you drive on VERY LEVEL road on highway, steering wheel must be centered, let go lightly of steering wheel. Did car stay in middle of lane? No? Get a 4-wheel alignment.

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dont you have an annual vehicle inspection where you are ,where it goes down a line and everything is shaked and rattled ?? sounds like you upper track control ball joint has worn to excess and come apart,could be inner bushes its difficullt too see from spain.Your lucky you didnt have a serious accident

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You might have a broken belt in the plys of your tire. Feel around each one on the sides to see if there is a slight protrusion or bubble. This happens from over inflating or hitting a major bump.

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