About Toyota Strut Housing
The Toyota strut housing is the fundamental element which holds a strut in place, and at the same time it routes the brake line to its respective disc brake caliper. A fine working strut housing will keep your strut stable, at the accurately engineered angle, and hold the brake lines nicely snug in place free from obstructions. Depending on your Toyota suspension system type, the strut housings can be located at the front and sometimes also the rear of your vehicle.
Although straight out of the factory Toyota produces and installs the highest quality strut housing assemblies, even the toughest built part can succumb to wear and tear from years of driving. The process to replace a strut housing involves removing the wheels, releasing any sensor brackets and sensors, then removing the strut and strut housing to swap it out with the new assembly. Drivability problems may occur if the strut housing is damaged or broken, and the strut may fall out of line with your steering input requests. If obvious damage to the strut housing is present, your vehicle should not be driven until it is replaced for the safety of you and everyone else out on the highway.
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