Monday, May 14, 2012

1993 Toyota Corolla: Steering Wheel Vibrates at Idle?

Its common problem noticed on many old model Toyota vehicles.

Check and inspect all the motor mounts.

The motor mount that always causes this main vibration is the motor mount on the passenger side inner fender well. This is the one that has to be removed when doing a timing belt. It is a large mount that is bolted to the inner fender by the strut tower and attaches to the front timing cover portion of the engine. It is notorious to go bad and causes severe body vibration felt to the steering and floor pan.

The other possibilities that can cause this problem are:----

TPS, spark plug wires, distributer cap, spark coil, spark plugs itself or it can be Vacuum leak issues.

This details will help.

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