Question about 1991 Buick LeSabre
Hi, definitely front end issue- wheel bearing, inner\outer tie rod strut tower c causing wheel to move a tiny bit - all pretty easy to diagnose-
there should be no play at all or all of these- happy trails
fix it fast- front end is very important for steering and control, also a severly worn wheel bearing will cause tire to fall off and your car to be grinding on the ground- danger- fix it fast man!!
Posted on Sep 26, 2014
Almost certainly a wheel bearing that is just about to break up.could also be track rod end if you have any play in steering.you need to jack up the car(wheel off the ground)and with your hands at 9-3 oclock, rock from side to side,any "play"will be OBVIOUS. enlist the "eye" or "hands" of a volunteer to help,makes it easier.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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