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95 plymouth voyger 3,8 engine vibrates under heavy accelaratioin replaced front cxels with reman then new .on help . one tire pressure to high brought pressure to spec 30 lbs . a little help. noticed toe out seems to high . havwnt been to a front end man yet . or could front end be set to low . I am a retired elect and ac specialist 78 years old . car runs to good to junk it just want it fixed . I live in a small towm rogers ville tn. the mechimacs do not get the problems that have in large towns. Robert horton 78 years old 35 years with chrysler line mech in atlanta . please help thank you

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Jack up the car and check each front tire for movement up and down and side to side. up and down is a ball joint.. side to side is a tie rod end.
also remove each tire and roll it down the driveway and see how smooth it rolls. it could very well be a belt has slipped in the tire. replace it.

Robert

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Jan 06, 2009

    i did forget to add... but very very important... make sure you have a secondary support for the vehicle (floor jack) for safety.



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