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Wheel alignment and suspension check

Hi, I feel my double Jame pram requires a general maintenance check, as it does not run smooth anymore..it's hard to push now, it shakes and just not feels right..is there a place where one can go and get the pram MOT?

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Details just in english; front wheel drive and some high-end rear wheel drive cars generally employ an Independent Rear Suspension, or IRS. In this case each wheel connects to the car by a group of lightweight control arms. This design saves weight, improves vehicle handling and does wonders for ride comfort.


Inspecting wheel alignment begins with a check for loose or faulty suspension components and requires the use of a costly machine to measure all the critical angles. The inspection and measurement phase takes perhaps a half-hour for each end of the car. Needed corrections can be fairly simple, or they can add to labor considerably should installation of retrofit parts be needed.



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Looks like u have to go to the suspension service center! Let them check ur suspension bushings and tie rod ends!~ After repairing the front suspension a wheel alignment is required!
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The first thing I would check for is a bent wheel. If the wheel is straight than the next thing to check would be a separated tire.

The tread on the tire should be smooth and even all the way around. If it is bulging out in a spot than the tire is separated.

Since the steering wheel is not straight I would suspect there is more to the story. Did you hit a curb or a pothole? If so you may have also bent some suspension components (worst case) or best case knocked the alignment out.

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