On the right side of my wheel will move back and foward when jacked up...
while driving my steering wheel will go side to side like it is trying to throw me off the road.... we was told it was a bushing what kind of bushing would do that.....or could it be something else...
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Re: 1994 dodge interpid
Its you INNER TIE ROD ENDS they are located behind the engine lean over and look for two rods that meet near center of the car and have someone rock the whel back and forth you'll see the play and they are very hard to change because the bolts are torqued very tight.
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look under for debris or bent or damaged components jack up truck if loose or making noise check shocks  move[push against] tire up and down if loose check upper and lower ball joints --push side to side if loose check tie rods steering components spin wheel look for damage by cv axle or if noise behind wheel possible hub [wheel bearing damage remove wheel and inspect hub
Without being able to jack the car up and really look at it, it is hard to tell what you need exactly. It could be anything from low fluid level in the power steering pump to the rack and pinion. I would suggest you jack the car up and support it on jack stands or blocks and take a good look at it while someone is moving the steering wheel from side to side slowly. Look and listen!
sounds like your brake caliper needs to be replaced along with the rubber hose that goes to the brake caliper. the hose usually collapses after several years of driving. so i would replace both.leave comment.
Sounds like worn out steering parts.
Jack up the front end of the truck. Move each front tire side to side and look at the steering linkages.
Normally, when you turn the tire on one side, the tire on the othe side should move at the same time.
It's the best way to find out what steering components are worn out.
hi jack your carup remove the wheels remove your trackrod end locking nuts remove them from your hub assemably then see if the steering moves as it should if not the problems in the steering rack if it does turn your steering hub assemablys by moving them one at a time to see which side doesn,t move fully left to right and see whats locking it up yates210456
There could be numerous problems going wrong. Your car is rear wheel drive so it could very well be a bad wheel bearing. If it is extremely loose it can cause a shake in your steering wheel. You may want to check on the condition of your tires and rims especially the left front. A bad tire can cause a shake and pull. If you know how to use your car jack you can try jacking the vehicle up, and put both hands on your front wheel and move it manually to see if there is looseness. Most shops only charge about 1/2 hour to shake down the front end. BMW parts are expensive so be prepared!