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There is a grinding noise coming for the wheels and the truck start to move from side to side uncontrolable what is wrong with this truck it is a isuzu 2000

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I woundn't think you would be using it
at all,I hope not

If you can hear grinding, I will guess a
Wheel Bearing Hub Assy

There is no way you should have
side to side or control issues ever
on any vehicle.

Anything that serious you wouldn't be here
or using it. It would be in the repair shop

Posted on May 27, 2011

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