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08 CAMRY - TIRES FEATHERING & CUPPING on Toyota Camry
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2008 Toyota Camry 88,801 mi, Visitor
4 struts profusely leaking. Toyota mechanic said a little leaking was OK. Local tire dealer caught the leaking while swapping winter tires for summer tires. Car ride was also wobbly, as well as all 4 tires showing uneven wear. I had the tire dealer install new struts and do a front-end alignment for $914.
I'm on my 2nd set of tires which are now cupping & feathering on my 08 Camry. I purchased new tires at 17,600 because first set was cupping & feathering. At 17,600 I also purchased lifetime alignment and have kept the car tires rotated, balanced and aligned every 2-3 mos. Tires are now cupping and feathering AGAIN. Toyota checked struts and bearings and they are supposedly fine. All 4 tires wearing the same on inside.
My 2007 Camry tires wear unevenly. Had it checked at 6 auto-shops, none of them could find the root-cause, they simply suggested me to treat the symptom, that is, to keep replacing tires and live with problem. The alignment, balancing, struts are all perfect.
2008 Toyota Camry 60,000 mi, Visitor
I was sold a Lemon. I took it back because the car was pulling to the left which is where my problem is. I was told that cars pull from left to right bc the streets aren't level. REALLY!!!! The anti brake system is all out of wack n they knew this before those gentelmen sold me this lemon. The car that I bought from Limbaugh Toyota Sucks!,,, and they know /knew it when they sold me this JUNK. SMdh at Limbaugh Toyota.. EXCELLENCE isn't what u really stand for or behind. EXCELLENCE is not u guys
2008 Toyota Camry 30,000 mi, Visitor
I am on my third set of tires. Wearing on the inside edge. I have had the car in for alignment several times, always the same, It is within the specs. Then I replaced the struts because our Toyota dealer said they were the problem. Now at 74,000 I am getting ready to replace tires again. Very frustrating!
at 12k miles my Bridgestones that were sold on the new Camry were worn straight across - inner 4/32,mid 5/32 & outter 3/32- I had to buy new tires. I bought Pirelli's have tires rotated every 5k and aligned 2 times and now at 18k miles I will need new tires in about 4 months- there is something wrong with the car! I have started my battle for getting this fixed with Toyota I started with GM of dealership and hopefully he calls back - also calling Toyota Hotline at 800-331-4331. Anyone had any luck on this matter and how to resolve - is it a factory defect?