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Upesam

Premio 260 2013

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I have a Premio 260 2013 model done  only 38000km. When it going via like railway crossing hear a sound from front suspension (also small sound via steering at same time). Checked with a mechanic , no fault found in bolt joints, rack ends.

When the car going via bad roads also hear uncommon sound from Front  Right side .

Some time turning steering turning while the car in stop mode hear a TOk sound.

What will be these?

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Are you sure of the mileage of the car?? 38,000km seems too early to have suspension problems unless you drive frequently on bad roads or you drive ignoring the imperfections of the road!

As per the front suspension noises it could come from a range of bushings, steering rack itself, CV joints etc.

Since you have checked with a mechanic did he check all the bushings, rack ends, tie rod ends, lower arm bushes, CV joints and the steering rack?

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TkS  Dee Jay,

Sure with millage. Sri lanka starting millage 25km and did all services at toyota lanka (according to given Toyota Lanka  records & emmisson test reports).

Steering rack ,

CV  &

Bushes not check.

 How they check ?

Tks

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If the mileage is accurate then be gentle when driving the car in bad roads and over railway tracks, humps etc. to avoid deteriorating the suspension components quickly :)

You can get them inspected from a qualified mechanic. Usually they lift the car up and do the diagnosis and do a test drive as well. While you are at it just check on the condition of shocks and shock mounts as well just to be on the safe side.

You can get a basic idea on how to check them through this video.

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Check the top mount of the suspension, you can do this simply by removing the rubber cover over the nut and swinging the car.

Try to simulate the TOK sound and locate it, you might need someones assistance.

 

 

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