hi Scotty. congratulation on a your awesome website 👌 does the Google community still work to ask questions? anyway, earlier today when i was manuvering info the parking spot i noticed a clunk coming out of the steering wheel. I've never noticed this before. what could be the problem? Os it safe to drive? 99 Camry 4 cyl. link to video (volume must be on)

thanks Scotty

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stephen
stephen

I have this 2010 toyota corolla I have been working on. It works very fine but after a very long distance in motion, if you press the throttle the car will not respond until you off the engine and start it again. The check engine light won't come up and each time it happens it destroys atleast one of the coils. I have replaced all the coils. I have serviced the gear, change the fuel pump among others stuffs, and yet the situation continues. This usually happens in a sunny weather when the engine is hot. What might be wrong with the vehicle please

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

Depends how high you want to go. I use an autel maxidas for many higher level analytics, but they cot about a thousand dollars if you find a discounted one, like harbor freight tools. And of course even higher level ones can go up to 25 grand, like a star tester

stephen
stephen

I have been using the MD802 as my diagnosis tools, but i want to use a more higher technological tools for the latest vehicle product.
Sir, which of the latest tools can you recommend?
Thanks.

Stephen

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

if you want to ask questions, please ask them here, this is my new main source for helping people out. See where the clunk comes from, jack up the car and pull on the tires. IF it's coming inside the car at the steering wheel itself, heck, most guys live with that as a bearing assembly often wears on those old things and it harms nothing

guyonearth
guyonearth

You've got some severe wear somewhere in your steering linkage or suspension.