1990 Toyota Corolla
Just replaced transmission in 1990 toyota corolla. Replaced both axles. Brakes are fine. Runs perfectly with no issues/noises. Only problem is when I am driving it. As soon as the car starts to move I hear a rotating/grinding noise from the front passenger side. The floor vibrates on the front passenger side as well. No vibration in the steering wheel. The car does pull to the left. Has no change when brakes are applied or when I turn lefg or right. The noise only stops when the car is stopped and it picks right back up when I continue to drive. What is it!
May 11, 2013.
May 11, 2013.
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