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Check for loose or worn suspension components. My XJ8 became unstable when a rear tie rod became worn. To check jack up rear wheels. If you can rock either of them left and right that might be your problem.
- out of balance tyre/rim combination
- out of round tyres
- loose front hub adjustment
- worn tie rod end joints
- worn suspension bushes
- worn front strut and mount rubbers
- worn inner tie rod ball joints
- worn steering box mounts
- worn or loose steering shaft spline or u-joint
a proper service ,not a dealer type all new parts but a fleet vehicle type service ,all wheels off rotate tyres ,back brake drums off ,clean bulbs in back lights oil everything in sight ,check antifreeze for acidity change brake fluid if vehicle more that 4 yrs old ,In fact everything including cleaning under back seat ,check and clean as necessary is the order of the day not just change it all as this cost money
have you had a 4 wheel alignment done it may be out or poss that your frame is bent causing the tires to wear.need to know where the wear is like the middle or sides or two tires or all four.it is possible to have a slight bend in the frame it happened to my truck from brand new.
The 1st thing to get looked at is the wheel balance.Have them checked.At the same time,if the tyres are o.k. have them rotated.This means you swap the tyres from the front to the back.Always keep the tyres on the same side of the car.So left rear goes to left front and the same on the righthand side.Also,a wheel alignment should be done.These are a tyre shop job.Cheap and doesn't take that long.If these don't correct the problem,the next thing to get looked at are the front wheel bearings.Get the tyres done 1st.This is the 1st step and also the most common problem.Hope this helps
When this happens it means that you have a convergence problem. Go to a tyre fitter, mention the problem, and after fitting the tyre ask to perform a balancing and convergence setup on rear wheels, this should fix the problem.