Question about Renault Cars & Trucks
Is it gearbox mount or engine mount driveshaft or gearbox.i no its got a lower ball joint out but evey thing else is tight.help.
I have had the same but my wobble is only between speeds 45-60 and only when i excelerate any ideas chaps
Posted on Jun 05, 2013
Sounds like flywheel its one of them type with a rubber insert ,check the front pulley as well as thats rubber bonded as well ,if it shakes at 60mph then its the diff unit .Tell about this problem i know i had one that turned out to be the diff unit and the suns and planets were damaged when some heavy handed mechanic pushed the frive shafts in.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
Have the outer Constant velocity joints been replaced? Are the front control arm rubber bushings in good shape?
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to get or rent a ball joint splitter, maybe $20? or so to buy. Some parts stores (autozone does this, one reason i recommend them, but other stores may also) will rent you some tools for "free" when you buy parts there .. they take a big deposit in case you bolt ... but give it all back for return of the tool in good condition.
It's easy ... if you know how to work on suspension .. if not, get a Haynes manual for your car from part store, amazon or haynes.com for around $20, the blood and busted knuckles you save due to reading it will be worth the money ;~).
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
that could cause the vibration but I have also seen brand new tires out of the blue seperate or through wheel weights and cause dashes to vibrate so I would eliminate that completly from the equation.It wont cost you anything if where you had them installed does lifetime balanceing.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
if your not an eperence mechanic the best and easy way is to change the whole bottom arm this is alittle more money but alot quicker and easyer for a non mechanic. first you will need to remove the ball joint from the hub the best way to do this is with forse and a hammer . Then you will need to remove the 2 botls that holed the arm to the subframe then the arm should drop out you may need to help it with a hammer lol. And just reverse what you did to fit the new arm making sure to fit the ball joint back into the hub last .
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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