Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
Check for a brake, bearing or axle problem on the right wheels. A warped rotor could drag on the brakes and produce vibration. A bad bearing may also drag and vibrate. The easy test is to jack up the right side and spin the wheels by hand with the transmission in neutral.
Another possibility is a differential problem. You may detect that in the right side spin test. If you don''t find anything, try jacking up the rear end of the vehicle and spinning each rear wheel while watching what the other does. If they don't feel or act the same, or if you hear nasty sounds in the rear end, that would be your problem. If you have 4WD or FWD, do this test on the front end.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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