on my 2006 Chrysler 3000 Turing, the passenger wheel shakes I was told I could be the rack is this true? the problem is only on the one side, can that side of the rack be repaired?
I am in no way a certified technician, but I try to give you a little information. Likesaid, passenger wheel wobble could be a lot of different things. First things first, make sure your tire is round, I've seen a lot of weird tires in my day. Make sure there isn't any gouges or flat spots. A bent rim is another possibility. A bad tie rod end link is common and likely to cause your problem. Reach around your tire and give that end link a manhandling and it shouldn't move very much if at all. You can also jack the pass. side up and grab the wheel at 9 and 3 o'clock and twist and pull to see how much play is in that wheel. Ball bearing are least likely because they last a lot longer, same as tie rod links, but grab wheel at 12 and 6 and push and pull to feel for play. If all these seem good start searching for anything suspension related, struts and bushings. I've had a car once have bad control arm bushings and would make the steering wheel shake back and forth very small movements, but very fast over 60 so it was very noticeable. This took forever to figure out what it was.
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