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#1 Midwst

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 04:11 AM

My LF wheel on the Subaru shakes..worse at hwy speeds. Also some noise while driving, but also clicking noise for LF CV shaft. If the CV shaft is really worn out, I know it can cause a vibration while driving. Tires too...would a slightly worn wheel bearing do the same thing? Thanks.

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 07:48 AM

My LF wheel on the Subaru shakes..worse at hwy speeds. Also some noise while driving, but also clicking noise for LF CV shaft. If the CV shaft is really worn out, I know it can cause a vibration while driving. Tires too...would a slightly worn wheel bearing do the same thing? Thanks.


Old but not necessarily worn tires can exhibit vibration from partial tread seperation Plus you could have 2 problems at once I think I'd begin by rotating the tires and see if the noise and/or vibration travel with the tire

Carl




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