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Front wheels noisy and wobbles

My 99 sable making grrrrrrrrr sound on hiway and there is back and forth wobble of wheels when you hand move them, dad think it is cv joint, please help

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My wheel was wobbling on mine and it was the wheel bearing but it only comes as a complete assembly its an easy fix if you do ti yourself

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You have a serious problem.

Check lug nuts for tightness first.

If not that then take to mechanic, as you may need CV joints (constant velocity).

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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