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When i am driving its moving to right side . when it i am free up steering .

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Sounds like you need aligment on front end

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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    have you any idea how much cost for it ? Tyre pressure can create same problem ?

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SOURCE: 2002 honda odyssey,the right front wheel makes a

This sounds like a wheel bearing close to complete disintegration. I advise you get the front end free of the ground so you can check for it by grasping the wheel and attempting to rock it from side to side. It isn't hard to imagine that if it is indeed that worn, that the wheel could separate possibly taking the axle and CV joint with it. Don't take any chances - it's urgent that you find the problem quickly.

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