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Old 03-09-2020, 08:51 AM #1
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Steering wheel vibration

Hey all, I have an intermittent steering wheel vibration. It comes and goes. I have changed out both front calipers within the last week so I know neither is seized. Also had my tires re-balanced so I doubt it is that either. The shake feels like a warped rotor when it comes on but doesnít happen when I am pressing the brakes. Only happens between 55-65 mph when cruising. Never happens below or above that speed. Any ideas where I should look next?
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Hey all, I have an intermittent steering wheel vibration. It comes and goes. I have changed out both front calipers within the last week so I know neither is seized. Also had my tires re-balanced so I doubt it is that either. The shake feels like a warped rotor when it comes on but doesnít happen when I am pressing the brakes. Only happens between 55-65 mph when cruising. Never happens below or above that speed. Any ideas where I should look next?
Sounds like a balance issue to me. I would take it somewhere that has a "road force balancer". Also I believe that the balancing shop needs to use a special toyota flange when balancing.
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Ok I might have to have that done. Thanks
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Definitely sounds like balance. Especially if you have larger/knobby tires, sometimes they are difficult and a run of the mill tire shop may not care about getting them close. Hell even 4WP didn't get my 285/70 K02s balanced on my old 5th gen. Like the first reply says, have them road force tested.
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