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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To clear codes on these, you can disconnect the battery, then re-connect. The only code remaining will be one indicating battery power was interuppted. This will not work on 98 and newer vehicles.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
May check your ball joints and tie rods. Also could be your shocks.
Does it seem like its more shaking on the left or right? or even?
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
you have a warped rotor which is causing ball joint.tie rod end.idler arm(if equipd) probs.bad rotor caused by sticking caliper which over heated and warped rotor.and also bad tire or wheel or both.put the wheel on a balancer and see if its bent or if tire has belt blister.replace rotor,caliper,wheel bearings and ball joint and any other loose or worn susp/steering gear.if you just replce rotor , going to happen again but worse damage.poss breaking pwr brake booster from vibration. gino R
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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