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My rear right side tire is wobbling on my cheverlote cavalier?

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Check under the car to see if the rear axle is bent or damaged. If all looks good ,
,jack the rear wheel in the air and spin the wheel. If the wobble is still there, check the lugs that heyare tightened proper. It is easy to put the wheel on crooked. If all else fails the wheel itself is bent and needs replaced

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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Are the lug nuts tight?
If so you may want to remove the wheel to inspect more thoroughly as that is serious - you may have a possible broken lug bolt - hard to say more without more details.
: Possible bent rim?
Loose half shaft (depending on if front or rear?)
Bearing on the spindle could be shot if on the rear..
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Ck

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