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#142 - Nope, that is Group B rallying. No spectator control, stand wh…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/18/2014 on horrifying shit 0
#143 - ronjeremysweiner (10/19/2014) [-]
well at-least they can sit comfortably on their balls
#42 - yes, where the bottom of the struts meet. I warn you this may …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/27/2014 on O'Reilly 0
User avatar #43 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
I'll check it tomorrow morning and tighten everything when I get the time, and I've put on about 6-7k miles on them because I was just gonna get a mechanic to do them when I had money even though it would've been 6 times the cost.. and it's not actually touching the wheel wheel, but it's leaning in slightly, causing the car to pull to the right
#37 - I do not work for O reillys, we don't have them here, but if y…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/27/2014 on O'Reilly 0
User avatar #40 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
Oh shit, I thought you were the guy that commented first.. my bad lol, and it compresses pretty easy too, I have to go pretty slow over bumps and dips because my front bumper will hit sometimes.
#35 - Check all the bolts which hold the strut to the steering knuck…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/27/2014 on O'Reilly 0
User avatar #38 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
That would be behind the Rotor, the steering knuckle, right? and that could be it too, but I don't have a manual nor can I find one so it's hard to know the correct torque.. I just do it until it feels snug. and same for under the hood, I made that pretty tight though. and yeah, the back left tire looks like it has negative it's pushing into the wheel well, and I'm thinking it could be a broken cv or ball joint or something small like that, he quoted me 700 but he wouldn't tell me which tire and he listed a whole bunch of shit. Like I'm not an expert by any means, but I'm pretty sure a bent caliper mount couldn't cause a noticeable negative camber effect..
User avatar #42 - electricfart (09/27/2014) [-]
yes, where the bottom of the struts meet. I warn you this may not be the cause, but it has been before, and at least this is a free fix if it is ( assuming you havent done high mileage like this). Touching the wheel arch where?
User avatar #43 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
I'll check it tomorrow morning and tighten everything when I get the time, and I've put on about 6-7k miles on them because I was just gonna get a mechanic to do them when I had money even though it would've been 6 times the cost.. and it's not actually touching the wheel wheel, but it's leaning in slightly, causing the car to pull to the right
#31 - Had any suspension work done recently? Could well be loose nut…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/27/2014 on O'Reilly 0
User avatar #33 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
One thing that I did forget though, when I changed the Struts, I didn't put Hydraulic fluid, cause I thought it had Hydraulic fluid in them already, and now I'm reading into the product again and I can find no mention of hydraulic fluid and I'm starting to think that might be it, these are the ones I got from you guys.

www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/detail/MONM/73238/03415.oap?year=1989&make=Toyota&model=Celica&vi=1274060&ck=Search_struts_C0077_1274060_2678&keyword=struts&pt=C0077&ppt=C0035
User avatar #37 - electricfart (09/27/2014) [-]
I do not work for O reillys, we don't have them here, but if you didn't have oil/ hydraulic fluid in them, a rattle would not be your only problem.
User avatar #40 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
Oh shit, I thought you were the guy that commented first.. my bad lol, and it compresses pretty easy too, I have to go pretty slow over bumps and dips because my front bumper will hit sometimes.
User avatar #32 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
Well, right after I changed my Struts it started doing that, I did it myself and had it checked out by several people and say it was good, so should I try tightening the bolts holding the strut mount under the hood? but other than that, nothing, I had an alignment and the guy said I had a "Broken Caster" and I looked into that, and Caster is basically just an angle and not an actual physical part, so I think he was just trying to rip me off, but other than that, nothing at all.
User avatar #35 - electricfart (09/27/2014) [-]
Check all the bolts which hold the strut to the steering knuckle (There's probably three) and make sure they have been tightened to the correct torque. Do the same for the top mount under the hood yes. Yea caster, camber, toe in etc are all angles not parts; so you could not have a "broken caster". Any time you're gonna get work done, be sure it needs doing before they do it, cause shit like that happens too damn often.
User avatar #38 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
That would be behind the Rotor, the steering knuckle, right? and that could be it too, but I don't have a manual nor can I find one so it's hard to know the correct torque.. I just do it until it feels snug. and same for under the hood, I made that pretty tight though. and yeah, the back left tire looks like it has negative it's pushing into the wheel well, and I'm thinking it could be a broken cv or ball joint or something small like that, he quoted me 700 but he wouldn't tell me which tire and he listed a whole bunch of shit. Like I'm not an expert by any means, but I'm pretty sure a bent caliper mount couldn't cause a noticeable negative camber effect..
User avatar #42 - electricfart (09/27/2014) [-]
yes, where the bottom of the struts meet. I warn you this may not be the cause, but it has been before, and at least this is a free fix if it is ( assuming you havent done high mileage like this). Touching the wheel arch where?
User avatar #43 - precision (09/27/2014) [-]
I'll check it tomorrow morning and tighten everything when I get the time, and I've put on about 6-7k miles on them because I was just gonna get a mechanic to do them when I had money even though it would've been 6 times the cost.. and it's not actually touching the wheel wheel, but it's leaning in slightly, causing the car to pull to the right
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