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Get an alignment and also have your struts tightened. Pay attention to whether it happens when shifting also, which probably wouldn't be a concern because every once in a blue moon your transmission just doesn't synchronize perfectly, or may be warped at specific locations. Sometimes the road may just be imperfect. I sit 3 inches from the ground, sometimes ...


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One item which may have a bearing on the steering wheel vibration may be affectedby the brakes. By adjustment to the through lever at the rear of the master cylinder overcame the problem of my ford falcon model BF may assist.


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i had the same issue ended up changing the wheel bearing and was able to remove the ABS sensor but after re-installed the sensor gave out and the ABS light came on. ended up spending extra $120 for a new sensor. good luck ..update the other wheel bearing started making the noise 2 years later. time to repeat the process


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In theory, your tire size of 195/60/R15 is broke down like this: 195 - Tread width in millimeters 60 - Sidewall height as a percentage of tread width R - Radial tire 15 - Rim width in inches I say, in theory, because each tire manufacturer doesn't measure their tires the same as the next. This mainly has to do with tread width and tire height. The ...


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The first number is the width of the tire. In this instance the tire is 195mm in width. The second number is the percentage of the first number that makes up the height of the side wall of the tire. In this instance it is 60% of 195 which is 117mm. The final number is the diameter of the wheel that the tire fits on - in this instance the diameter is 15 ...


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You are given yourself undue consternation. The tyre sizing protocol is just one way of identifying a tyre size which has been universally adopted. The tyre size for a vehicle is decided at its design stage. To change to a differant size, say my cars tyres which are 205/55 16, the maths are : Multiply the tyre’s width by the aspect ratio to get aspect ...


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Tyre distributors and fitting shops in the UK run thier stock on a 'Just in time' basis. This means that when the tyre comes to be fitted you will rarely find them more than around 2 months old since manufacture. The UK recommendation is to replace tyres at no more than six years for an on the road tyre and ten years for a spare. This is rarely appreciated ...


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You should not have any issues with these tires when you are comparing the "birth date" of the tire. There are two reasons I say this: First, two plus years really isn't that old. TireRack.com has this on their website about it - Our experience has been that when properly stored and cared for, most street tires have a useful life in service of between ...



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