I just replace a front wheel bearing on a 03 Grand Prix went to drive it and it is still shaking what could be wrong

Asked by Pont03 Aug 17, 2019 at 05:49 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just replace front wheel bearing I'm a 03
Grand Prix put it back together went to drive
it and started shaking still what can it be

5 Answers

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Possible you installed an incorrect bearing. Jack up the car and grab the tire at the top and bottom. Can you make the wheel wobble? There should be no play and it should feel tight. If it passes that test, then another suspension component is likely to blame and was bad before you changed bearings. Ball joints, tie rods and shock/strut assemblies are the common causes but there are others. Poke around and see if you can make anything move when exercised.

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Simple things first. When did you balance your tires last? Properly inflate them.

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I’d suggest a bad axle shaft. Most or the things mentioned above would not cause a vibration. Wheel balance would be the exception. That’s easy to confirm or rule out by rotating tires front to back.

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Have to consider the easy route first. Could also be bad tie rod. But, this guy who posted this thread doesn't seem to care because he didn't even answer my question. Poor feedback Pont03. Don't give me points. But if this message is helpful. Give me points

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