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wheel wobble

16 Apr 2018 19:36 #191771 by macclad
wheel wobble was created by macclad
Hi all,
new Jimny owner here, 74k standard at the moment, not sure if my wheel wobble is unbalanced wheels and tyres or kingpin bearings going, anyway does anyone know of trusted garage near macclesfield that i could take it to for replacement.

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16 Apr 2018 19:54 #191772 by mickt
Replied by mickt on topic wheel wobble
Quite a few checks you can do yourself and it will cost you nothing. Check wheel nuts tight. Check no dirt lodged in wheels if you have offroaded. Check ovality of tyres. Look for signs of oil leak from the king pins. jack up the front and grasp the top and bottom of the wheel and check for rocking motion. All of those will cost you nothing but dirty hands. If you have to go to a garage ensure they know the Jimny as they are different to "normal" cars.

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