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Re: Front end wobbles while acclerating but not coasting
This could be a couple of things to be quite honest with you. I would first check the condition of the tires . Rub your hand flatly over the tread and see if it feels like a series of hills and valleys this is called cupping and can cause severe vibration. I would also recommend checking the wheel bearing for play. The cause could be a warped rotor or two. The first thing to do would be CHECK THE TORQUE ON THE WHEEL LUG NUTS before you move the car another foot. Please for your own safety.
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I believe this is a front wheel drive.Take the front wheel and tires to the rear of the same side.Take the rear tires to the opposite sides on the front.The easiest formula is "flip the non-drive wheels to the other end".This easy to remember formula is OK for front-drive or rear drive vehicles,but on 4WD or AWD cars/trucks,just switch the fronts to the back and backs to the front without flipping sides.You can also rotate the spare in if it's a full size with a matching wheel,but this is a small percentage of vehicles anymore.
could still be axle i have been fooled i would check tires though maybe have them balanced check for bulges or wires showing through maybe move front tires to back and see if wobble moves bad engine/ trans mount could do the same hold brake with engine in gear and tap gas if you have a bad mount the engine will want to roll over
Well the frist thing to do is have the front end checked it may have worn parts, like a tie rod end or a balljoint. another thing it may be is a bad tire ive seen a bad tire do this also, a tire with a bad belt would also cause this so check tires for out of round
hello first thing is you need to check your front tires for a bent rim cupped tire or busted belt missing weight if you cant tell swap front to rear drivers front to drivers rear dont crisscross try again if still there possible ,spindle bearing ,cvjoint shaft bad trannymount or engine mount goodluck