Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
I just purchased a 1998 Sebring with 69,000 miles. I know the owner personally and I know that the vehicle was taken care of. It has not been driven much in the last few years due to illness (approximately 4,000 miles since 2002). They also had the vehicle checked and serviced before I bought it. When I brought it home it drove great on the interstate, but when I drove slower on a narrow curvy road it started making a loud noise from the front of the vehicle sort of like the noise of the tires rubbing or struts when you hit a bump in the road. Can you advise what this noise could possibly be?
Front wheel bearing got a 05 i have had 3 sets of them on in less then 4,000 each, bearings are junk dealer recomended to go with the v line wheel bearing supposed to do better
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