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Steering knuckle

(2005 Toyota Camry)
in Flint, MI on April 06, 2009
have defective steering knuckle or steering assembly. Dealer service says they have seen this on several Camrys and Avalons. 4-800 to repair. 60 years of owning cars I never had a steering knuckle problem. This is certainly a mfg defect
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The steering knuckle shouldn't have a problem unless they suffered damage due to impact with a deep pothole or accident damage. On rear wheel drive cars the steering knuckle contained the spindle that the wheel bearing rides on if the bearing was bad for a while it could damage the spindle but your car is front wheel drive. I would want to know what in particular they have seen as a fault and then contact Toyota Customer Service to see what they say. I work on a lot of Toyotas and haven't heard of this problem.
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