2003 Pontiac Bonneville • 6 cylinder FWD Automatic • 119,000 miles
Front end wobbles at 62 mph and up. we replaced the wheel hubs, axels and ball joints. New tires also. Wondering if if it could be steering shaft or u-joints.
Did you get an alignment done after the front end work?
No not yet. would that be the cause? Spent a lot already was waiting to get this done.
No, alignment will not cause/cure vibration. At that speed it has to be something in the tires, wheels or balancing. It doesn't necessarily have to be coming from the front though.
July 25, 2011.
July 25, 2011.
You will run the risk of destroying tyres with out an alignment get this done, ensure all steering components are sound and tyres do not have deformities such as slight out or round, this is easily picked up with a balance machine.
Thanks I will make an appointment, ASAP
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