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Front End Vibration
When you put the vehicle in drive with your foot on the brake, and you hear a clunk. You may have a bad CV joint or axle. If not it may be a bad wheel bearing. Those would be the first two I'd Check. Outside of that sometimes poor wheel balancing or a tire belt separation. Either way it should be looked at before you hit 75+ mph. I had a Honda that I had just got off the highway with my wife and 3 month old daughter in the car. On a side street pulling away from a stop sign. The right CV shaft let go and dropped the wheel on the ground. There wasn't as much as a shimmy or a groan prior to that. If we had stayed on the highway another five minutes, I can only imagine. Please check it out for your own safety.
on Nov 28, 2017
2006 toyota tacoma trd automatic wont start
Could be a bad brake switch, but not sure since you say brake lights are working. Others reported a blown tail light fuse bit again, since you say your lights work then it may not be the case. I would start by inspecting every fuse. Shouldn't take too long. Then check the brake pedal arm to see the switch. Maybe there is more than one? Or, if the gear selector lock rus off the same 12v as your brake lights, maybe there is a broken wire or the solenoid that locks it is bad.
on Apr 19, 2017
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