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What causes the drivers side tire to tilt outward


well if its a nascar race car your speaking about then that's called Positive camber !!! and it makes you go faster in the turns ! cus there always turning left !!! if its not a race car your speaking of , then you have a bent front axle it will make the tire loose traction easier and it will make tire wear out faster

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2000 Chevy venture wobbles and makes noise on passenger side with increased speed it starts shimmering real bad,just replaced the CV axle


Lift that tire off the ground. Grab it on the top and bottom. If it moves, have some on watch the lower ball joint. If the ball joint moves, replace it. If it doesn't replace the wheel bearing. If the tire doesn't move top and bottom. Grab the sides and move back and forth. If you feel slop in it, replace the outer tierod. Do this soon, because a lot of vibration could be close to failing/wreck.

Feb 06, 2015 | 2000 Chevrolet Venture

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Slack in right front passenger tire. and roughness going down the highway . Is this a wheel bearing out?


Yes, jack the car up so there is no weight on the tire. Now grab the tire on top and bottom and shake. If there is movement, your wheel bearing needs replacing. Let us know if you want to try replacing it yourself.

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1995 Ply Voyager 3.0 V6. Feels like the front passenger tire wobbles while driving above 20 mph on straight stretches. In a right hand curve (not turning, just a curve) at any speed the whole front end...


SOUND LIKE BAD WHEEL BEARING.SAFELY RAISE SUPPORT VECHICLE ON JACK STANDS,MAKE SURE VECHICLE PARKED ON SOLID LEVEL GROUND.GRAB WHEEL OR TIRE AT THE WITH ONE HAND TOP AND GRAB BOTTOM WHEEL TIRE WITH OTHER HAND,TRY TO SHAKE MOVE WHEEL IF WHEEL TIRE MOVES WHEN YOU SHAKE OR MOVE IT ANY.THE WHEEL BEARING MORE LIKELY BAD.IF WHEEL BEARING OKAY YOUR FRONT BRAKE ROTOR RUN OUT WORN OR WARPED.

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Tire comes off top wheel almost all the time. Tire comes off bottem wheel sometimes. Don't know how to set up this saw.


My jet bandsaw did same thing only fix was new tires .Tires are supposed to be tite on wheel .get wood dowels between tire and wheel and roll new tire onto wheel. If desperate could glue on with weather strip adhesive.put bandsaw blade on both tires spin wheels with power off till blade is running in center of wheel by adjusting top wheel in or out. When done adjust blade guides to blade and bearings to back of blade .This is top and bottom of cutting area

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When driving vehicle it sounds like wheels are truck tires but when you turn wheel slightly other direction noise goes away


Check the tread depth using a penny. The tread should be higher that the top of Lincoln's head when pressed against the tire.

Also check for uneven tread wear on the tire.

A 4 tire replacment and alignment may be in order.

Also check if it is a wheel bearing. Jack up the car and pull in the tire in and up and down direction. If it is loose with a clanking sound then the bearing needs to be replaced.

Aug 17, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Wheel is crooked from top it goes in and it i recentley ran over


alignment,,most places will give u a free under car inspection,, it just takes a little of your time,,then u will know if anything is bent,,,,,hope it hoped,,

May 28, 2010 | 2001 Hyundai Sonata

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Abs light come on and 4wd light flashes


check your front wheel bearings by jacking up the front end of your vehicle and trying to wiggle the tire at the top and bottom of the tire. If the tire seems to be jiggling a little bit at the hub; not the suspension or steering, your wheel bearing needs to be replaced. If it gets really bad you can actually see the wheel inverted or the top of the tire leaning towards the inside from the front of the vehicle.

when your wheel bearings go the sensor in the bearing goes off and the abs light comes on.

Good Luck

Apr 08, 2010 | 2005 Ford Escape

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Loud popping noise when turning.Seems to be coming from the drivers side front wheel


this could be a bad inner axle joint check to see if the axle boot on the left side is torn or missing also check the wheel bearings and tie rod ends by jacking up the front of the vehicle one corner at a time and grab the tire at the 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock position and wiggle it back and forth looking for excessive movement in the tie rod ends then reverse your hands to the top and bottom of the tire and try moving it from top to bottom checking for excessive wheel bearing movement it shouldn't move in or out at the top or bottom

Jan 01, 2010 | 2000 GMC Yukon XL

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Wheel broke of my Power Chair


I assume you are referring to the caster tire, not the drive tire. You will need to check to see if the rim is a split-rim or a solid rim. A split-rim will have 4 or more bolts holding the two halves of the rim together. If you have flat-free tires i.e., foam-filled solid tires, evidenced by the lack of a valve stem which is used to inflate non-flat-free tires (pneumatic), you would remove the wheel from the caster by rermoving the center bolt acting as the axle. Then remove the bolts holding the rims together. Reposition tire on top of one of the rim halves, then place the other rim half on top so that the bolt holes in the top one line up with the holes in the bottom one. You need to buy a couple of bolts that are about 3/4 in or more longer than the bolts that you removed, as you now must press the two halves back together and the stock bolts probably won't reach through. Put the two longer bolts in opposite of each other in two holes and tighten down. When the rims are pressed together, then put the stock bolts in, remove the two longer ones and replace with stock bolts. Place wheel back on the caster. If you have pneumatic tires (requiring air), make sure to always deflate the tire completely before attempting to loosen the bolts holding the rim-halves together. The same process is used for drive tire replacement. If the rims are not split rims, then it is easiest to buy an entire new wheel and tire as getting it back on is quite a chore requiring a press and lots of tequila! It's easy to break the rims. Good luck.

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