Question about 1992 Isuzu Rodeo
If you live near a Les Schwab then take it to them,the inspection is free, it sounds like you have ball joint that is coming apart or a tire that has separated,if you want to do it yourself then make sure the car is in park and chock the rear tires so it can't move then jack up the front end you can do one side at a time or both it's up to you just make sure to support the car on jack stands,once it is up off of the ground put one hand on the top of the tire and one on the bottom then try to make it move by pushing in at the top and pulling out at the bottom it shouldn't move then do the same thing on the side of the tire this will let you see if your tie rod ends are ok they shouldn't wiggle in there socket.Also check your tires for bulges or sharp steel belts sticking through the tread face.Hope this helps and good luck
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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