Toyota Sequoia Suspension
Is it me or does the rear wheels on the '08 SR5 Sequoia look like they bow out? I think the correct term is "Toe-in" but the tire wear looks even. It looks like there is something very heavy the sequoia is hauling but it is empty in the inside. Do the struts need more air or am I just seeing things? :confuse:
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Again thanks you for your help. I found your forum and enjoyed reading the notes here and I just thought I could get some info from people that had the knowledge that I do not have
I had a humming noise from the front end. The noise would start at 35 mph and stay constant on the upshift and down shift. Ruled out transmission or tire problems. My local mechanic and Firestone advised that I had a bad front wheel bearing. I opted to change both front bearings with my local mechanic. We'll after the installation of the new bearings, the noise still remained. My mechanic raise the Sequoia and discovered the rear passenger wheel had some resistance when spinning the wheel. He proclaimed that the rear wheel bearing was bad and that the vibration was running up to the front.
Sure enough after changing the rear wheel bearings and hub assembly, the noise disappeared.
My mechanic stating that in 10 years this was the first time in which the vibration traveled from the rear to the front.
This is for a 2002 Sequioa.
I keep hearing this noise coming from the engine conpartment near the bottom of the floor in line with the steering column. Took it to the dealer I was told I needed to replace the steering column hole cover. Is this a common occurence?, I did a search and was not able to find any similar problems.