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Why does it wobble?

My 1991 ford explorer woobles at any speed while driving down the road

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Check your tires for busted belts in tread! you will notice a bubble in the tread if the belts have come apart! Next check your lugnuts to insure they are tight! If they are, next you should check for warped rotors (Disc brake)! With the description of a wobble at any speed, sounds more like bad tires though!!!

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SOURCE: Front end wobble

Have the tires been removed from the rim and rim spun on balencer to check how straight the bead surface is ? Strut Leaking fluid ? Ball joint or Tie rod bad ? wheel bearing wobble ?

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probably the coil , but have your alternator checked first

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SOURCE: cause of wobble in front end on 1992 ford taurus

what you have described is what happens when the wheel Bearing/Hub Assembly goes bad and needs to be replaced about a $80 part

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SOURCE: 2002 Ford Explorer The door ajar alarm will go off

this problem is caused by the door ajar switches inside the door that are attached to the door latch sticking, there are 1 for each door and 2 in the tailgate, the only simple way to fix this is to have ford do a scan of the system an ID which of the switches is sticking, otherwise you must de-trim/remove door panel on every door and the tailgate until u ID the defective one, and it could be more than one.

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SOURCE: 1991 Explorer: need to know 1991 ford explorer firing order...

For the 1991 Ford Explorer 4.0L SOHC V6:

Firing Order:
1-4-2-5-3-6

Cylinders:
...(back)
3...........6
2...........5
1...........4
...(front)

Coil Connections:
...(back)
1....2....3
5....6....4
..(front)

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Why would my 91 4wd explorer wobble when it goes down the road?


Well you could have a bent rim, a knot on the tire, the wheel could be loose. Also you might want to check the wheel bearings.

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When driving down the road at a low speed the rear end wobbles. St higher speed it shakes.


One of your rear tires busted a steel belt in the tire. It usually causes a hump in the tire when this happens, causing the wobble

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Wheel wobble. Looking at replacing most all the bushings relaying to the suspension. any advise, or maybe a good tutorial site to help me along?


Have your front suspension checked by someone you trust. there are so many things that can cause the symptoms you're experiencing. shocks, balljoints, bearings, steering stabilizer, bushings.

Check your steering stability bar I had the same problem and it turned out that I had bent that bar.

The death wobble is basically when you are driving your lifted jeep down the road and the front end starts to shake violently. It can happen at virtually any speed, though mostly above 40 mph or so, and is a frightening experience, especially for those witnessing it for the first time. Now it doesn’t throw you off the road or anything … the front end just shakes. And the only way to stop it is to slow down and pull over. So it wasn’t that hard to get used to at first. But as it happened more and more, it seemed to get more and more out of control.

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I'm owner from '93 ZJ, and solve it with this clues.

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My 97 4wd explorer shakes and makes a clunking noise when I get above 50 mph I've replaced both front wheel bearings and did fine for about a month then started shaking and grabing on the driver side only....


It is usually the CV joints in the drive shaft(s) that are worn, and make this noise.
I would look at your CV joint boots, are they dirty and full of grease on the outside. Does the inner wheel well have grease slung onto it ?
Replacing the drive shaft is a difficult repair. I would have a reliable auto repair center give an estimate.
Please let me know what you find.

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I have a ford mondeo mrk2 1.8 1999 modle when i brake as to come down speed i get a slite wobble on the steering wheel and a thuding wobble sound like one of the wheels is buckled but iv replaced all the...


hi when you drive along the road slowly pull up your handbrake this will elliminate the front and rear. if no wobble then its down to the front. it will be your discs has it been standing a while?

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Death wobbles


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Front end wobble


Have the tires been removed from the rim and rim spun on balencer to check how straight the bead surface is ? Strut Leaking fluid ? Ball joint or Tie rod bad ? wheel bearing wobble ?

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