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Van seems to wobble when the speed gets brtween 35 and 50 mph

I have a 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager and there is a shimmy in it when at 30 - 50 mph. you cant feel it in the back of the van or in the middle seats, just in the front. Got the tires changed at Walmart because a friend said a band was broken in the front but it still does it. Any ideas?
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  • nodnarb23 Nov 29, 2008

    I have had the tires checked and replaced all way around and they are not bad, also they tell me it is not out of alignment. and the other i have no idea what that is, or where it is, give me more 411 i had one tech tell me it was motor mounts and trans mount, had that checked and they are not the problem unless they didnt know what they were talking about , but this problem only occurs when giving gas, van can be going the same speeds and if you are not giving it gas it rides very smooth. so it seems that there is something to do with giving it gas, i am not sure but i do need help,,

  • nodnarb23 Nov 29, 2008

    The rims have already been replaced 2 of them were bent so.. and its still doing it :/ ill try to find a place to check the drive shafts and get a second opinion on the wheels.



  • britt899 Dec 03, 2008

    please tell me you solved this ,we have a 1900 and it does the exact thing right down to the speed it starts.Please let us know ,we will do the same.

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I get bad wobble in body at 45-60 mph in a master van had new n/s drive shaft as thought that was the prob but still got wobble. and iseas chaps

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Have your van checked for alignment, camber and have those front tires balanced.

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    albert felizardo Nov 29, 2008

    Wobble during acceleration could also result from damage in your drive shafts, have that checked too. Also check your rims of damage or deformation.

    Hope that what they told you about your front wheel alignment and camber is accurate, and you may ask for a second opinion ablout this

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