Question about 1997 Chrysler LHS
Most of the load would be on your front wheels. Even if the tires are balanced a bad belt would still make a vibration. Since you have a full size spare, why not rotate the spare with a ground wheel and see if the vibration goes away? Then put everything back and go to the next side and try it again.
When you do remove the wheel ask the place that put on your tierod ends this. "How much end travel is suppose to be in the front hubs?" This is the amount of play back and forth in the front hub bearings. On one of my cars it was suppose to be the thickness of a playing card and mine were the thickness of penny. You can kind of determine the play by grabbing the hub and pulling on it. Make a note of it while changing tires.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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