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Old 06-20-2007, 04:36 PM   #31
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http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldata/AF...15261/34861462

LOL, here'* the link, I can only wonder what the link I posted over at w-body is
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I dunno ... but it said to swap your car over to a console shift..go get a steering column and the cables..lol

That'* the procedure.
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Ha! Maybe a quick guide that I can revers for column shift lol.

Anyways, thanks again. I'll update if I find any more symptoms.
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Just came back in- Jacked up the drivers side, grabbed the wheel at 3 and 9, theres just a bit of movement. Grabbed it at 6 and 12, again theres a bit of movement. I wouldn't say a ton, but theres movement. Just to verify that I wasn't feeling things, I went to the passenger side and did the same- Dead stiff.

Now I'm really starting to wonder if i'm just thinking that the vibration is coming from the passenger side because I am turning in that direction.

I'm really kinda stumped anymore. Wouldn't when I turn right, the weight would shift to the left side of the vehicle? If this is the case, maybe the excess weight is causing the vibration through that drivers side, and then transfering it over to the passenger side where there is less load??
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Bill, any thought on that last post of mine?
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I'm thinking you have found that your driverside wheel bearing is on it'* way out.

It'* tough to tell 100% all the time which side it is until you get it in the air and wiggle/test for things.

You are on the right track and now know it'* driverside, the play is everywhere..top to bottom and side to side. This and the lack of clacking in turns would usually point straight at a wheel bearing being bad.
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Yeah, thats pretty much what I was thinking also. I'm just suprised that I didn't feel any vibration while turning left, it'* only turning right.

Anyways, it'* on the to do list.
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