I've got a 2003 SRT-4 (neon, 2.4L Turbo) with 77,000 miles on it. Back in December, I had both of the front wheel bearings replaced by the dealer. When I got my car back, I found that it shakes pretty badly at highway speeds (70+). I've replaced the following to try to fix the problem:
Control arm bushings (replaced with polyurethane bushings), front and rear front-LCA bushings.
Sway bar bushings
End link bushings
Had summer and winter tires on the car, and had both sets balanced
Had two alignments
All of these things, and the car still shakes. It's fine under wide-open throttle, but at 70 it shakes. No vibration under acceleration or anything, so I've ruled out axles. Could it be the CV joints? Given the speed at which dealer ships are forced to get the car out the door, could they have damaged the CV joint while removing the knuckle during the bearing work?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
have the same problem?
Friday, April 13th, 2007 AT 9:20 PM