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2000 ford focus i need to know the part the runs axle to tire

I need to know the part that runs from the axle to the tire and it is not the control arm

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Spindle, is the part where the axle and your tire both bolt on,where your bearing is as well

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2002 ford focus rear tire wear


ABNORMAL REAR TYRE WEAR Ford Focus 2000-2004

"Ford Motor Company told dealers that they may need to replace the rear upper control arms on Ford Focus models. The models include: 2000 through 2004 Focus Sedan, Wagon, ZX3 and ZX5 series.

According to Ford, consumers have been experiencing more than normal wear to the inside of the rear tire(s). Should owners experience such a condition, then they should bring their vehicle in to a Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealership for a possible adjustment. Ford will check the rear camber and, if possible, make an adjustment. If an adjustment to the vehicle's rear camber is necessary beyond the negative end of specification, then the dealership will need to source replacement rear upper control arm(s)."

The Ford Motor Company parts service kit required for this replacement is 3S4Z-1A154-AA. Ford will perform the replacement of parts under provisions of the bumper to bumper warranty under Technical Service Bulletin T31305.

This is considered a "silent recall" where upon Ford may NOT notify owners of this condition. " ( From 2003........)

This no doubt is the likely problem with your car or it could just be in need of a wheel alignment. In any event the previous owner(s) may never had put the car in for the rear suspension modification.
If the fix was undertaken, Ford will have a record of it under your Vehicle Identification Number(VIN).

As the car is out of warranty and given the age(2002 model) I expect you will have to pay for the fix if the problem is the suspension components and not simply the car being in need of a wheel alignment which routinely needs to be done every 12000 miles or so in any event.

Hope this helps.

Nov 23, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Replaced struts in my 2004 ford focus still has a vibration and noise in front passenger tire ? what can it be cvs boot?


  1. bad tire
  2. bad rotor
  3. bad axle
check tire first . not cv boot it just a cover for the axle - hold grease - dont let dirt in axle nuckles.under cv boot is the axle joint if boot is torn it lets grease out an dirt in an drys the joint out causing problems....

Dec 03, 2010 | 2004 Ford Focus

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Hanger bearing needs to be replaced and a axle bearingso they say what kind of money are we looking at and is this common?


The axle bearing /wheel bearing if thats what they mean runs about $200.00parts and labor. I'm at a lose on the hanger bearing, what is it , do you know where it is located

Jun 17, 2010 | 2000 Ford Focus

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Wheel is shaking....


Check the ball joints as well as the steering linkage.
If it is already loose, it needs to be replaced. Just send
your feedback thru the e-mail.

Sep 27, 2009 | 2000 Ford Focus

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Air conditioner 2000 ford focus


This should be done by Ford or an A/C tech...or you could get a little "bang" out of it if you don't know how much pressure to put in...it's like pumping up a bike tire, and in fact the same type of nib is used. You'd generally find it somewhere close to the compressor.

Jul 28, 2009 | 2000 Ford Focus

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2001 Focus Vibrates Inexplicably!


Vibrations while driving are usually caused by missing/broken motor mounts, wheel bearings, unbalanced tires, or worn/bent 1/2 axles.
Improper tires (or winter tires) may also contribute.
Get a second opinion!
There are too many things on a 2001 that could be wrong.

Jan 09, 2009 | 2001 Ford Focus

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Ford focus


first have your vehicle scanned. get the code #'s
post them here and i will look them up.
second it charges either becuse a bad tire or you need your car aligned.

May 25, 2008 | 2000 Ford Focus

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