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The rear wheel on the passenger side vibrates while driving. now i can wobble the wheel when parked have any ideas

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  • eastsidemn Aug 31, 2010

    it was the rear Suspension Knuckle Bushing $53.00 borrowed the ball joint press from auto zone 100.00 down but i got it back



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Hi sounds like you have a wheel bearing colapsed on you passenger rear wheel it can be dangerous to drive so please take it to you local garage as soon as you can

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