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My back tired on drivers side of my mercury mountaineer 2006 is wobbling back and forth

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Could also be a badly bent rim

Posted on Apr 07, 2015

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    Leonardo Perez Apr 07, 2015

    thanks I checked the rim and the tire I guess it had to have something to do with the wheel bearings

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Make sure wheel nuts are tight. If they are you may have broken/seperated belts in the tire. Have the tire inspected. If ok I would check for loose wheel bearing/hub assembly.

Posted on Apr 07, 2015

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    Leonardo Perez Apr 07, 2015

    .thanks I checked everything else so it must be the wheel bearings I check the tire and the rim in the nuts are fine

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