Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by jk252, Jul 9, 2018.
When i have my truck turn off and jerk the steering wheel makes a knocking noise what could it be
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A video would help but it could be a million things.
When I drive too. The steering wheel shakes tires has been balanced 4 times now
It’s not your tires then.
Coming from here its a clunking noise
Toyota had a TSB on the steering shaft. There's a bearing on the firewall (I think) that may be bad.
What does tsb mean and when i go higher speeds steering wheel shakes. Do you think i only need the lower part replaced
TSB means Technical Service Bulletin but you need to be under warranty.
Steering wheel shaking at speed is wheel balance.
I have 91k on my 2006 tacoma
I have a recall on the u joints on drive vibration
Wonderful how that works
Take it to them and bring them doughnuts and say by the way I have this noise and maybe they will fix it while they are doing the recall.
Should that becover in recall
No but if you have an open recall you should take it to the dealer to get it fixed and I was suggesting the doughnut thing to butter them up so you can say hey I’ve got this noise and there is a TSB for it see what they say. They might just fix it for you since you’re already there for a recall and you brought them doughnuts.
I done the recall once he said the driveline was the cause i need to get the shaft rebalance but come to clue its the sterring shaft
At least you know what it is.
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