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does the car make noise from the rear when you go at a high speed. If it does it may be your bearings. I had my bearing wear out on me at 15000 miles.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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Front end work can be tricky and should be done by a certified mechanic,there are a number of possibilities here,if it is a "toe out" problem this could be caused by worn tie rod ends or control arm bushings but this may also be a camber problem however camber usually affects one wheel.Camber can be caused by a bent spindle, mislocated strut tower, bent strut, worn or collapsed control arm bushing, bent control arm or a weak or broken spring. If any of these parts are replaced, camber should be checked and adjusted as needed after the parts have been installed.I hope this helps you,good luck.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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Your Front end is out of Alignment

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SOURCE: Tires wearing inside on 2008 Impala LT

You most likely have an alignment problem. If BOTH FRONT TIRES are worn the same ( inside edge worn ), that would indicate a TOE- OUT problem such as ( \ / ) . Picture those 2 lines as your front tires going down the road . Hope this helps.

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2002 ford focus rear tire wear


ABNORMAL REAR TYRE WEAR Ford Focus 2000-2004

"Ford Motor Company told dealers that they may need to replace the rear upper control arms on Ford Focus models. The models include: 2000 through 2004 Focus Sedan, Wagon, ZX3 and ZX5 series.

According to Ford, consumers have been experiencing more than normal wear to the inside of the rear tire(s). Should owners experience such a condition, then they should bring their vehicle in to a Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealership for a possible adjustment. Ford will check the rear camber and, if possible, make an adjustment. If an adjustment to the vehicle's rear camber is necessary beyond the negative end of specification, then the dealership will need to source replacement rear upper control arm(s)."

The Ford Motor Company parts service kit required for this replacement is 3S4Z-1A154-AA. Ford will perform the replacement of parts under provisions of the bumper to bumper warranty under Technical Service Bulletin T31305.

This is considered a "silent recall" where upon Ford may NOT notify owners of this condition. " ( From 2003........)

This no doubt is the likely problem with your car or it could just be in need of a wheel alignment. In any event the previous owner(s) may never had put the car in for the rear suspension modification.
If the fix was undertaken, Ford will have a record of it under your Vehicle Identification Number(VIN).

As the car is out of warranty and given the age(2002 model) I expect you will have to pay for the fix if the problem is the suspension components and not simply the car being in need of a wheel alignment which routinely needs to be done every 12000 miles or so in any event.

Hope this helps.

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I have a 2002 dodge ram 1500 crew cab two wheel drive pickup. The front tires have been wearing on the insidefor a while. I have replaced the upper and lower ball joints , lower control arms ,and bal


Strange.
Has anyone checked the front end alignment on a rack ?
Usually when the tires wear on the inside edges the camber is off and the tires are running on the inside edge more than the outside.
Or the front suspension is too low or heavy.

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99 ford taurus rear tires wearing onthe inside.how do i fix


It sound like the Camber is off in the rear. Did you have an alignment done after the new struts wear installed?

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I need information about on a 2002 Daewoo Nubira. I had the bushings repaired new and had an alignment, new tires in the front for about a week and now can see the wires sticking out from the inside o


Had a similar problem on my son's Chrysler Cirrus-bad wearing of front tires on the inside. Turned out to be worn inner tie rod ends.
Replaced them and got new alignment. Now it runs better, and is not showing tire wear.
Good luck.

Feb 25, 2012 | 2002 Daewoo Nubira

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Wheel ailment tires wearing on the inside.


wear on the inside is a camber problem-your tires are 'bowlegged' that is the tops of the tires are closer to each other than the bottoms-you should be able to correct this with an alignment, especially if it is both sides.

Jun 22, 2011 | 1998 Ford Escort

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NEW FRONT TIRES WEARING ON INSIDE


You need to get the alignment checked. It may just be out of alignment or there may be worn ball joints or tie rod ends which are a safety issue. Worn ones can break. Hope this helps.

May 22, 2010 | 2002 Mazda Tribute

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Substantial front end shimmy at 50-55 MPH. All new tires, front end parts look good, ball joints fine.


How did the old tires wear. Looking at them will be the indicator of an issue. If they wear on the inside you have a lower ball joint issue. If wearing on the outside the upper ball joints are bad, Also you may of got a defective tire or the balance weight fell off. Also tha axle bearing nut may be loose. Also the linkage going across could have bad ball joints. Best to go get it inspected. Its worth it rather than trying to figure it out yourself

Nov 20, 2009 | 2002 Ford Expedition

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I did not get a vehicle scheduled maintenance guide with our used car, how often do we need to get the lube and oil and how often do we need to get tire rotation. we have a 2002 ford mustang.


Oil change every 3000 miles

air filter inspect every 3000 miles // less if you in the country
Change every 12,000 miles

There is nothing to lube on a modern day car!

Wheel bearing inspect every 12,000 miles.

Fuel filter 24,000 miles or less

Tire rotation is depending on are you a lead foot driver.
Keep tabs on the rear treads.
The rear wear faster on RWD car.
The idea is keep the wear even.

Shop around,some shop is offering free tire rotation with oil change!

I rotate my tires every 6000 miles.

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Tire wear on 1996 ford explorer xlt awd


Your Front end is out of Alignment

Jan 04, 2009 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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Mechanic says the front inner tie rods need replacement


No the front tie rods shouldnt wear out that quickly, i still have the originals on my 86 truck! i think that the mechanic must of installed them incorecttyl or "rigged" them i.e. fix it the cheap way

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