Question about 2000 Ford Focus
You need to check the hub bearing and the lower ball joint on the vehicle and make sure they are good. If you can jack the vehicle up and can grab the top and bottom of the wheel and wobble it back and forth then the bearing is possibly bad. If you can grab the front and rear of the tire and move it back and forth it could be the tierod end you can have someone watch the parts while you move the tire.
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