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Saab 9000cs while driving at lower speeds, mainly around

Saab 900cs; while driving at lower speeds, mainly around slight curbs, during more seconds, we feel a trembling as if we might loose some wheels. we cannot find the reason. We thought it might be the winter tyres, but the same happens with the summer tyres. Any idea what might be the explanation? thanks

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Sounds like wheel bearings or you have a torn cv boot and damaged cv joint. First take your wheel off and look for the rubber boot, if it is torn I would just replace the complete shaft, it will come with everything. Do the same on both sides. If the boots are complete then you need check the bearings. Good luck

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