|11-15-2012 12:30 AM|
|RSVT170||I jacked it up and there is a bit of movement in the wheel. I already ordered the new wheel bearing. Hopefully the lasts through my 200 mile drive tomorrow.|
|11-14-2012 02:01 PM|
|bringler26||I'd check wheel bearings.|
|11-14-2012 01:16 PM|
|DerbyDave||Jack up the wheel and grasp it at 12 and 6 o'clock try to rock the wheel, if it moves at all the bearing is bad. CV joints will not cause a vibration and wheel bearings don't always make noise when they fail.|
|11-13-2012 10:36 PM|
|RSVT170||Replacements hubs aren't too expensive. I'll try that first.|
|11-13-2012 07:51 AM|
|JayDeZ||sounds like a REALLY bad bearing to me. Jack up the front of the car and give the wheels a good shake. They shouldnt move at all side to side or up and down. if they do, you need bearings.|
|11-13-2012 01:35 AM|
|drewts86||Possibly lost a weight for the wheel balance? It's funny I had my car in the mud one time and had some mud caked on the inside of one of the wheels. It was enough to throw off the tire balance.|
|11-13-2012 01:10 AM|
|Red Jay 918||my GUESS would be CV axle... bearings would be a loud growling like noise. what if you switch the front tires side to side? or just simply check the balance on them.|
|11-13-2012 12:58 AM|
Wheel vibration under no load....
First off, I searched and searched and couldn't find the identical problem.
While at any kind of speed, when there is no load of acceleration or braking, just coasting, there is a vibration from the front right wheel. I check the lugs and it's tight... I rotated the wheels and that did nothing...
CV Axle? Wheel bearing?
I'm kinda at a loss on this one...
2003 Zetec ATX.