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REAR WHEEL WOBBLES WHILE DRIVING - 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier

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get a new control arm, do not drive the car till it is fixed as you will end up in a accident

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It could be a few things. Jack the car up so that wheel is off the ground a couple inches. Lay down bwhind the wheel and give it a gentle spin. Wath the tread on the tire and see if it has a hump or twist in the tread. If it does then you have a broken belt and that could make it wobble. If the tread is good, spin it again and look across the rim so you can see both sides with one eye. If the rim is bent then at some point when it turns one side will become visible and the other side will disappear. That should happen twice in one turn. If it does then the rim is bent and will need to be replaced. Get one in a junk yard. If both of these check out then grab the wheel at 3 and 9 o'clock and push one hand and pull the other at the same time. If the wheel moves with your hands you have a problem with the wheel bearing and it will need to be replaced. One of these is most likely your problem. Hope this helps.

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