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Vibration at 75-80 mph on Toyota Sequoia
Just had the car aligned and it seemed fine, but we took a cross tate trip and the steering vibrates at about 75 to 80 mph - it never did before. I look it up and it says the ball joints are bad. We only had it 4 wheeling 3 time sin anything heavy (Colorado Cimmaron Pass the last time in 2004) so we are wondering what's up. New tires and new spin balance, all suspension and steering busings normal, I cannot see any play in anything. Help?
2005 Toyota Sequoia 168,700 mi, Visitor
Vibration and shaking that is not consistant. Seems to happen more at temps above 50degrees. speeds around 55 or greater. may only last a few miles..
Steering wheel vibration @ 70 mph
Vibrates at 70-73 MPH. Not consistent. Just at random pretty much. Changed tires. Changed wheels. Nothing ever changes. Everything is really tight and well maintained but this one is beyond me. Anyone get any solutions??
Problem started with Vibration which seems to translate through the drive shaft from the rear to the front. I was told that my front bearings was part of the problem. I changed the two front bearings, and some of the vibration is gone, but some is still there. After the two front bearing changes, Now my VSC Trac light comes on and causes the ABS to engage be low 10 mph which could get me killed going into on coming traffic. I changed both front sensors and still no fix as of yet. I sent off the ABS module for repair or rebuild, and is still waiting on it to return. A friend of mine believe it has to do with the toner ring that the sensors takes its reading from. Will follow up on this later when I fix it. I WILL FIND THE FIX!!
2007 Toyota Sequoia 90,000 mi, Visitor
2007 Toyota Sequoia 4WD Limited. 15000 miles on tires. The first 8000 miles No vibrations felt at anytime Yokohama Geolandar ATS 265 70 17 tires. Tires have been dynamic balanced From speeds of 60 -80 mph have a vibration in the front seats, (no vib in steering wheel). Have removed the rear drive shaft and test drove the SUV using front wheels (drive line) only. Still have the vibration 60-80 mph. So, thinking of R&R the rear wheel hub bearing assy's
I noticed that whenever I'm on the highway it's always shaking even after it was fixed. Mechanical said nothing wrong with the car it's just how sequoia are.
2005 Toyota Sequoia 145,000 mi, Visitor
Problem was rear bearings. Truck rides like it is brand new.
2007 Toyota Sequoia 125,000 mi, Visitor
VIBRATION FELT IN STEERING WHEEL. VIBRATION IS INTERMITTENT AND COMES FROM EITHER REAR OR FRONT TIRES