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Ticking in my steering wheel

Discussion in 'Toyota Trucks & SUVs' started by mitchellayes, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. mitchellayes

    mitchellayes [OP] Active Member

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    Mitchell
    Bremerton, WA
    Vehicle:
    1997 Toyota Tacoma SR5
    stock
    I have a 1997 Tacoma. Nice truck but has always had this ticking noise when the truck moves. Is this something to do with the speedometer? Is it an easy fix? Noise comes from somewhere behind the steering whhel inside the cabin.
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  2. mitchellayes

    mitchellayes [OP] Active Member

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    1997 Toyota Tacoma SR5
    stock
    Anyone have any answers??
     
  3. br1ckyard

    br1ckyard New Member

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    96 SR5 4WD
    ARB+Winch, Racerunner Front coilovers
    My '96 ticks/ clicks too, most often in cold weather; doing it only the last few years. Similar threads seem to point to mechanical wear in the speedo/cable. I don't relish the idea of taking the cluster apart though.
     
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