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Left front wheel wobbling - 2002 Chevrolet Suburban

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Sounds like you need to replace your wheel seal, Don't wait on this , It can fall off while driving.
It's not a big deal and easyly replaced. A shop should 'nt charge over $100 top's.
Best of luck ,If you need anthing further just let me know.

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