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My wheel balancer coats 850 have an error 3 when I push to start

When i try to balance the wheel and I push start I having an error 3 .....how to fix that

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Time to check the front struts to make sure the nuts holding them in place haven worked loose. You will be able to see if they are loose by the paint being wore away at the point where the struts are fastened. Top or bottom. Also grasp your tie rod ends firmly and see if there is and play there. Good hunting.

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If a car has been driven some time with unbalanced wheels the tyres can wear unevenly. Even when rebalanced the wheels are no longer circular and this can lead to vibration, my old Volvo used to vibrate at the back like it was a cobbled street for this very reason. Another source of vibration can be water actually in the tyre. If care was not taken to keep the tyre interior completely dry before fitting any water present can cause imbalance; this can become more noticeable in cold weather when the water becomes frozen inside the wheel when the car has been standing over night. Inspect the tyres to ensure the tread depth is the same around the tyre circumference Have the tyres removed to ensure the interiors are dry and only then have them balanced.

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hi i will help just because i know what is to waste money i m a same suzuki owner and a landrover owner .
Before u start doing some work !!! WHEN U HAVE SOME MILES DONE ON THE CAR AFTER CHANGE OF THE BEARINGS U CAN STILL TIGHTEN THEM A BIT THIS IS NORMAL AND ALL MAY GO(THE NOISE) !!!
i had the same problem with my freelander so here is the help- ,do not use hammer to press in the bearing !!! use hydraulic press othervise the seal on the inner site of the bearing will get damaged!!! an that is y in about 1-3 months is out!!!
i changed the bearings about 3 times because all perfect dads will say hammer is Ok ,we use to do things this way. When i was getting far angry about y is it all around i took thing in my hands!!!
So i ordered a hydraulic press and did all the bearings again,since i don't have the issue!!!
IF TYHERE IS STILL SOME PROBLEM PLS REPLY
LARRY

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