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Vibration during accleration/ higher rpms. The tie rod lower ball joint rim and tire are all good

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What kind of car? Front wheel drive? Cv Joints? Need more info. Wheel bearing? Need more specifics.

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I have a 91 Chevy silverado that has steering returnabilty issues since having steering gear box replace twice. The front end is newly rebuilt, new tires, and aligned. What else could be wrong?


could be the pressure valve in the steering pump
was the pump replaced ?

are you running stock tires and rims /mags
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was the steering wheel centered during the wheel alignment

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Pass front wheel vibration 2003 Buick Lasabre with 120K onit. At 55-70 MPH. New tires on it. New bearing/hub at 95K miles.New ball joint and control arm. New tires, Rotated and Rebalanced.


when you rotate the tires and their is no change check the c/v axle -and hub 25k is not considered new have changed hubs that have gone bad at 10k -look into ball joints,upper lower bushings ,tie rod,struts the latter can cause vibration but usually at all speeds

Sep 02, 2016 | 2003 Buick LeSabre

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How can vibration problem of be solve


Vibration in which part? If it happens when you are driving its your drive train. Tire may be off balance, bent rim, or broken belt. Could be loose brakes, bad tie rods or ball joints, or bad motor/transmission mount.
If the problem happens when the car is still, its probably the exhaust or heat shield.

Mar 11, 2015 | Saturn Vue Cars & Trucks

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Steering Wheel vibration only at certain speeds.


I suggest having the steering and front suspension systems checked, including: ball joints, tie rod ends, steering dampener (if equipped), upper and lower control arm bushings, hub bearings. I would also have the U-joints and motor mounts inspected in the process.

Oct 07, 2012 | 2001 Isuzu Trooper

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Mazda cx9 vibration


Raise the vehicle off the ground, wiggle front tires left and right, excessive play tells you tie rods, up and down tells the wheel bearing condition, but have another set of eyes looking on the inside while wiggling tires, too see excessive play. Lower ball joint can be seen during this test. And make sure wheel spins freely, siezed brake calipers can make higher speeds shake too. Lastly look at centre drive shaft condition. Hope this solves thr mystery. HTV Auto Body

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Steering wheel movement


Could be your tie rods coming out of the rack and pinion and attached to the wheels. Grasp the tie rod near where it attaches to the wheel and see if you can shake, twist or move it. If you feel any play or looseness at all in the tie rod joint, then it is worn badly. Both outer tie rods at each wheel should be replaced. If the outer tie rods are tight, you can't move them with your hands, then have a shop check your inner tie rods for wear. Have them check the ball joints for wear, also. Or you can raise the wheel off the ground. Be safety conscious. Grab the tire at top and bottom. Can the tire move in and out, feel play in the lower ball joints? Any side to side play in the wheel? Maybe you can spot the looseness at the tie rod or balljoint. Maybe you'd better let a shop look at it.
A CV joint wouldn't have those symptoms. A wheel bearing possibly, but usually accompanied by a grinding noise. Have it checked out.

Jun 20, 2012 | 1999 Ford Windstar

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Vibration and chatter in front end


There are several possible causes for your problem:

  1. Unbalanced tires
  2. Bad wheel bearing(s)
  3. Bad ball joints
  4. Bad tie rod ends
I'd try to diagnose the car by process of elimination. Most brake shops will do a free inspection. This will give you a good idea as to if the bearings are good. Look for uneven tire wear as an indication of tie rod / ball joint problems

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2000 Chrysler Cirrus vibrates really bad at speeds under 40 km/h. Vibration still there at higher speed but not as bad. Steering and alignment don't appear to be affected. Any ideas?


Check the ball joints and tie rod ends and Tire balance. Could have broken/slpped bet in a tire or whaeel migh have thrown a balance weight.

Jan 15, 2010 | 2000 Chrysler Cirrus

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How to replace lower left front ball joint ?


Removal & Installation NOTE This procedure requires the use of the following special tools: J 9519-E Lower Ball Joint Remover and Installer, J 34874 Booster Seal Remover/Installer, J 41435 Ball Joint Installer, J 45105-1 Ball Joint Flaring Adapter and J 45105-2 Receiver.

  1. On 4WD vehicles, remove the wheel center cap and drive axle nut.
  2. Raise and support the vehicle.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Tire and wheel
    • Wheel hub and bearing, if necessary
    • Outer tie rod retaining nut
    • Out tie rod from the steering knuckle using a suitable puller
    • Brake hose bracket retaining bolts and bracket
    • Upper control arm-to-steering knuckle pinch bolt and nut
    • Upper control arm from the steering knuckle
    • Lower ball joint retaining nut
    • Steering knuckle from the lower control arm using a suitable ball joint removal tool
    • Steering knuckle from the vehicle
    • Lower ball joint flange with a chisel
  4. Install tools J 9519-E and J 34874 to the lower ball joint, then use those tools to remove the lower ball joint from the lower control arm.
To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Lower ball joint to the lower control arm, using tools J 9519-E, J 41435 and J 45105-2
  2. Remove the tools from the lower control arm.
    • Tools J 9519-E and J 45105-1 to the lower ball joint
  3. Flare the lower ball joint flange with J 9519-E and J 45105-1, then remove the tools from the lower ball joint.
    • Steering knuckle to the lower control arm
    • Lower ball joint retaining nut and tighten to 81 ft. lbs. (110 Nm)
    • Upper control arm to the steering knuckle
    • Upper control arm pinch bolt and nut and tighten to 30 ft. lbs. (41 Nm)
    • Brake hose bracket to the steering knuckle
    • Brake hose bracket retaining nuts and tighten to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm)
    • Outer tie rod to the steering knuckle
    • Outer tie rod retaining nut and tighten to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm)
    • Wheel hub and bearing, if removed
    • Tire and wheel
  4. Lower the vehicle
    • Drive axle nut, if 4WD, and tighten to 103 ft. lbs. (140 Nm)
    • Wheel center cap, if removed
  5. Check the front wheel alignment.

Nov 30, 2009 | 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada

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How to replace right front axle 2000 buick lesabre


Lift the passenger side of vehicle. Remove tire/wheel assembly. Remove the axle nut. Remove the tie rod end nut. Smack the side of the housing the tie rod end goes into to pop the tie rod end loose and out. Remove the sway bar link. Remove the lower ball joint nut. Smack the housing the lower ball joint goes into to pop the ball joint loose. Pry the lower control arm down to pop the ball joint out. swivel the rotor and strut assembly to the side. Pop the axle out. Reassemble in the reverse order.

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