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  • #16
    Zero point calibration should be done after wheel alignement or when brakes or suspension changes are made. I use a scan tool to do mine.

    http://www.toyota-4runner.org/5th-ge...libration.html

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    • #17
      Was looking at getting a scan tool, which one do you use

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      • #18
        Well Solved the problem wasnt wheel sensors ,wasnt stability, just took an old fashion mechanic to drive it. The nut on the right hand rear trailing arm was gone and the bolt was hanging half out. Makes me wonder why the mechanic and the suspension experts all missed it.

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        • #19
          Awesome mate well done

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          • #20
            Feel a bit stupid not noticing, but I think the fact that I did every suggestion on this forum left me with only a mechanic issue . Great work all the contributors, love tbis forum

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            • #21
              Could have got really ugly if this had come out at 100kmh

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Prado120tragic View Post
                Feel a bit stupid not noticing, but I think the fact that I did every suggestion on this forum left me with only a mechanic issue . Great work all the contributors, love tbis forum
                Would this bolt need to be loosened to install the new shocks? If so perhaps some stern words to the installer are called for!. Id check the other one just incase

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