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My car is driving very rough. has 167,000+ miles on it. ive only had it for a month. it didnt start this until a few days ago. my mom thinks it is out of alignment or balance but its been slightly out of it since i got the car and i havent hit any curbs or anything to make it worse. i think its my wheel bearings that are loose plus i have two dry ridden tires which are the back ones. idk what to do. i dont know what this is...

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Dry rotten tires you are driving a death trap, get new tires have them properly high speed balanced and get a 4 wheel alignment.

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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check ur suspension

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you might have bent the rim.

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put on your spare doughnut tire and see if it's bent to .. if it is then you bent the axle not the rim.

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You could be right with the wheel bearings. But first take the wheel off and check that nothing is scraping the rotor. Look all the way around the rotor. A suggestion will be that the brake pads have worn enough that the brake pad wear indicator is starting to scrape. Pry them back a little.

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SOURCE: vibrating steering wheel when the speed is above 70 mph

The wheel having been rotated to the rear of the car would eliminate it as the problem. I believe you may have 'tweeked' something when you hit the curb. Have a front end alignment. This would reveal if anything was damaged when the curb was hit, and it might just be in need of an adjustment to solve the problem. If a component was damaged, the tech should know when doing the alignment. Let me know how you make out.

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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