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The popping could be from a bad CV axle joint, or a bad wheel bearing. Better get checked, sounds very worn. Raise the wheel on a jack and watch for play. Grab wheel at 3 and 9 o'clock, and shake back and forth-watch for play. Wheel bearing? CV joint -is boot still good? Ball joints at bottom of wheel attaching point to the control arm-check this for play, too.
that is a bad deal, dont ask here, risking life and limb?
your family and mine?
find a living breathing mech. to find the source now.
bad tire (inside or outside walls bulging ) l
loose lug nuts. dah?
bad wheel beardings
bad CV joints.
nobody here can guess what it is, not now , not ever.
its a hands on deal........!!!!
Paul, your solution does not apply to the GoKart electric golf trolley. Please use the following procedure to replace the bearings in the GoKart front wheel;1. Unscrew one of the round black plastic nuts on the end of the front wheels spindle.2. Hold the remaining nut, and by twisting and pulling on it, the front wheel spindle can be pulled out.3. You can then remove the front wheel.4. Remove the old bearings and fit the new ones. They just push into the front wheel.5. Clean and grease the spindle before re-assemby.
The multi-function switch could be defective. The L/R position signals go to the instrument cluster then they are bussed on computer data lines to the front control module to develop the outputs that light the turn lamps. The defect could be in the instrument cluster, the front control module, or even the PCM
Remove wheel. Take off outer driveshaft nut. Remove lower ball joint
pinch bolt & separate ball joint from spindle. Pull rotor &
spindle out & away to pull driveshaft outer splined end out of rotor
center hub. Look on the back of the spindle for the 4 bolts that hold
in the wheel bearing. Use a 12 point socket to remove the 4 bolts and
remove wheel bearing from spindle (out towards the wheel stud side).
Probably will have to use a air chisel to get it out. Once it's out undo
the 4 bolts on the outer (wheel stud side) of the rotor and remove the
rotor from the hub. Clean & lube the hole where the bearing was in
the spindle & the inner face of the hub. MAKE SURE IT'S CLEAN
otherwise you may get a pulsation on braking if theres a piece of rust
or dirt between the rotor center & the hub face. Reverse procedure
If the rear bolts don't come out then you will have to use a
slide hammer to separate the bearing to replace the rotor and there is a
very good chance you will need to replace the wheel bearing after
you're done (noisy on road test).
Not the job to do at home,
usually an easy 2-3 hours per side if things go bad (book time is 2.2
hrs per side). Use good quality rotors as you don't want to have to do
it again because a cheap rotor gave you a pulsation.
Try having the tires rotated first in this sequence; Front rt to Rear lft, and Front lft to Rear rt. If that won't quite do the trick, pony up for new front wheel bearings. You could be low on steering fluid, but you checked that, Right?
The FM problem is either a bad antenna lead/poor ground, or a defective tuner....accordianman