Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Chevy Blazer 2000. Feels like the truck is wobbling in a straight line, despite the tire pressure being constant on all wheels. Must be noticable to drivers behind me as they tend to hang back a bit.
Grinding sound coming from what sounds like my front, right tire area.
Sounds like the truck is groaning when I turn in the direction of the noise.
Have been told my SUV is well-known for replacing ball joints and wheel bearings. Which of these (or something else perhaps) can be the issue?
Thanks in advance!
That definatly sounds like your ball joints, take it to your local garage and they will do that. not that pricy unless you want to tackle that yourself, not a very hard job to do
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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