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4 wheel drive


It sound like your trying to turn on black top or concrete. Limited slip four wheel drive trucks,car etc should not be drivin on a hard syrfice with the 4 wheel drive engaged it will drag the 2 wheels when turning and cause the wheel to hop.Depending on the direction your turning 2 wheels will travel faster than the others.

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Had shocks replaced at a ntb service center all four of them, also four new tires now the ride is not smooth as before,plese help


Tire centers tend to over inflate tires. You probably have become accustomed to a softer ride. Try lowering tire pressures a couple of PSI but be careful, to low a pressure will affect handling. The factory tire pressures are in your drivers door sticker.

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Front suspension metal mounted vertical and stops wheel hop what is the name of this part 528i bmw


Struts stop wheel hop. Are you talking about the strut. I have a feeling you are thinking of a sway bar link.

Aug 02, 2010 | 2000 BMW 5 Series

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2000 gmc k1500 rear wheel hops when turning in 4wd


when 4x4 is engauged it forces wheels to lock, hence when turning one wheel is turning faster than the other causing it to Hop. remember the wheels are forced to turn at exact speed at all times during 4x4 operation, thats why you dont use it on dry areas

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When i hit a bump, the back end of my 2000 eldorado fishtails. Why?


It's likely caused by a worn out strut or struts in the rear. You hit a bump and the wheel bounces because the strut is not damping properly. This causes an effect sort of like riding on only 3 wheels because the bouncing wheel is not supporting the vehicle steadily while it's hopping.

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Car pops or wheel hops when turning left or right


Yes sounds like 4wd problem. To check put it in 4wd and see if it acts the same. Then check the autolock front hud's (common problem).

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Wheel alignment for automobile


Hello. Wheel alignment is the adjustment of the front and rear wheels so that they are correctly inline with each other and pointing straight forward. If they point to the left or right the car will pull to that side of the road while being driven. The front wheels also need to be adjusted to ensure they are not too far forward and riding on the back of the tire, or not too far back and riding on the front of the tire. Lastly, all tires need to be checked to ensure they are not leaning too far in or out of their wheelwell, causing the tires to become prematurely bald. For most vehicles it can cost you $40-$120 depending where its done, plus any shim kits needed to adjust the wheel allignment back to factory specs. Most shops provide 2 or 4 wheel alignment, so always ensure that they perform a 4 wheel alignment. Always ask for the alignment test reports for both before and after the work is performed so you can see for yourself which were out of alignment. Pot holes, curb-hopping, railroad/railway tracks, etc. play a huge part in your vehicle alignment going bad. 4 tires on some cars can cost you $500-1600 to replace, but an alignment check every 2-4 years will only cost you a very small amount, saving you time and money.

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