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09-05-2012 03:43 PM
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So since I have brought my car I have replaced the right rear wheel bearing twice, I have replaced numerous parts on the left side and still haveing an issue. I get a ch-ch-cha shake on right hand turns and now I have a constant wobble when driving.(Worse when I get to about 60). Anyone have an ideas? It only got to be like this after I was hit by a deer in my front end. Nothing was done to the rear end except for an allignment. I need someone help or expertiese on this issue, I have talked to Ford, my mechanic, and numerous ppl!!! Please help!!!!
The rear control arm bushing is gone!! the one that goes forward and bolts to the chassis, also check subframe bushings, this is very common and needs to be addressed as it tends to make the car very dangerous on the road.
09-05-2012 01:55 PM
NyBunny585
Back End Issue

So since I have brought my car I have replaced the right rear wheel bearing twice, I have replaced numerous parts on the left side and still haveing an issue. I get a ch-ch-cha shake on right hand turns and now I have a constant wobble when driving.(Worse when I get to about 60). Anyone have an ideas? It only got to be like this after I was hit by a deer in my front end. Nothing was done to the rear end except for an allignment. I need someone help or expertiese on this issue, I have talked to Ford, my mechanic, and numerous ppl!!! Please help!!!!

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