Question about 1994 Chevrolet Suburban
When I reach the speed of 70 MPH on the highway my suburban sways from side to side. I just recently changed the front and rear shocks. Any remedies???
The car can possibly be "tracking" from the tires or possibly an alignment and while your at it check the IDLER arm. They are known to fail.
Posted on Sep 27, 2011
I would start with the simple and easy things. I would check upper and lower ball joints ( can explain correct procedure if unknown) I would check the tie rods and lastly the sway bar bushings. Also i would check for equal and correct cold tire pressure. Let me know if you need anymore assitance I would be glad to help. Thank you for using fixya.com
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