Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
I have a mitsubishi outlander, 2003 AWD. At slow speeds, it's not very noticeable, but running at the speed limit, it wobbles like a SOB. It pulls very hard to right, and is very noticeable on wet roads especially as if the vehicle is compensating for the pull and makes the *** end want to kick out. It feels like driving a RWD vehicle on ice. Does anybody know what is causing this? I almost crapped my pants a couple times driving in to work this morning. I honestly DO NOT feel safe driving this vehicle in it's current state.
While what i understand your Mitsubishi outlander, 2003 AWD having problem with wheel alignment Or a wheel barring problem kind of . and if you SUB wobbles from behind it might be problem from driving shaft or shaft crosses. its better to visit a proper mechanic to solve this problem other wise you ll facing bigger problems from this ....
bettter take care & have a save drive ...
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: death wobble in front end
If you have added a leveling kit you need to buy 2" longer shocks. The short beds have this problem with the leveling kits. Mine did the same thing twice and then I removed the leveling kit and it has been perfect ever since.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
Jack up the front wheels and rotate them by hand. Look for any runout that may be cause by a bent wheel. Also feel the tread as you rotate the tire. It should be smooth and concentric. If there are any bulges in the tread the tire is seperated. Grab the wheel at the top and bottom and push/pull. You should feel no play. If you do you woman have a bad wheel bearing. In order to check ball joints and tie rods you will need to have the tire off the ground and the jack under the subframe or pinch weld. This will not work if the jack is under the control arm. Grab the tire at the 9 and 3 o'clock positions and push pull. If you feel any play you either hav E worn ball joints or worn tie rod ends. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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