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STERRING WHEEL PROBLEM

THE NOISE IS COMING FROM THE FRONT WHEELS IT SOUNDS AS THOUGH THE CALIPER IS LOOSE OR SOMETHING ON THE WHEEL IS ABOUT TO COME OFF. WHEN I DRIVE OVER A BUMP ON THE ROAD THE STEERING WHEEL SHAKES AND THE BUMPY NOISE COMES UP. ANY SUGGESTIONS ON WHAT I SHOULD TRY GETTING DONE TO FX THE PROBLEM? MY CV JOINTS WERE REPLACES ABOUT 2 WEEKS AGO, THE PROBLEM STILL REMAINS, BUT IT HAS GOTTEN A BIT WORST THAN BEFORE. BEFORE I COULD DRIVE UP TO 55 MPH AND I WOULDNT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE SHAKING NOW I CAN ONLY GO UP TO 40-45 MPH.

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You can check your wheel alingment or i guess

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Ok your problem is either the hubs which are what the wheel studs are in. or it may be as simple as someone did not put in the small thin metal brackets for the calipers so the brake pads are moving and makind a noise.

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