I have a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager and the rear of the vehicle wobbles whenever the vehicle is either being slowly accelerated or slowly decelerated, through speeds of 10 mph to about 30 mph. Several weeks before this happened, I rotated and balanced all four tires. As of now, the rear pair of tires (which were the front tires before rotation and balancing) are years older than the front pair.
Now the vehicle wobbles (when there is slow acceleration or deceleration, between 10 mph and 30 mph), but very little wobble can be felt if the vehicle is being rapidly accelerated or decelerated.
Do you know what the problem is? Is the problem broken rear tiresÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ belts? I am planning to do a 500 mile road trip back to New York tomorrow. Do you think it is safe to drive 500 miles without having anything done until after I finish the 500-mile road trip? Do you think the vehicle will be damaged in any way by the wobble problem if I drive the vehicle back to New York with this problem (provided that you suggest that it is safe to do so)?
Please let me know. Thanks.
have the same problem?
Monday, July 27th, 2009 AT 8:28 PM