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post #1 of 3 Old 05-29-2011, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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vibration in front drivers side wheel

Got a vibration in the front wheel sounds like your running over small bumps in the pavement.Got any ideas what this could be.could it be the ujoint. I know I need that replaced.
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Wheelbearings is where I would look at. Also check the ball joints. Or your tires are out of ballance.


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just put in a new ujoint and a wheel bearing and checked the hubs they look fine as someone had replaced them with warns. Still have the same noise coming and going just like your running over little bumps on the pavement. could your outer axle seal have anything to do with it maybe moving the joint around a bit. All I know is i am stumped.
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