Question about 2002 Volvo S60
Hi, I recently purchased a 2002 S60 AWD last February 2008. It drove fine, but in Novenber I had to change the driver side rear wheel bearing. Since then, when if rains or lightly snows; the car drives with a sideway pull; I think the rear wheels are moving at a different speed than the front causing the car to twist or ''crab'' down the street. Is this possible after a rear wheel bearing repair? If so, how can it be fixed?
It's probably not that the wheels are moving at a different speed. It sounds like a simple alignment issue to me. Installing a bearing could have thrown it off. You should just have a simple alignment job done.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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