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Old 03-10-09, 12:14 PM   #1
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just bought a d turbo 306 estate r reg got a bad wobble on my front end can feel it through the steering goes right up when i speed up i think it cud be a drive shaft anyone got any advice
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Old 04-10-09, 09:56 AM   #2
 
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hi.
sounds like a couple faults to check out.
start with the brakes - pats and shoes. cheakc the pats - may worn up. cylinder may not going in and out proper - seast.
if all this fails, you may going to more advanced parts as bottom track rods, may worn out, or tracking rods not proper adjusted, you see this when you look at it. if recently changed the may never adjusted them. if they worn the rubber looks as it is broke around it.
easy to see.
and after this is all ok we going to garage jobs. such as driveshaft loose, worn out or bend. in worst cenario you find out the steering rack or box is faulty.
check all this and see what it is.
you may just need to replace 1 or bothe tyres as they worn on some places or need more air.
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Old 04-10-09, 06:30 PM   #3
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cheers it isnt the brakes it feels like the wheels buckled butit isnt just hope its not to costly
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the only otherway is carry on with your search as i sayd.
i had it on a van so thats all i looked for untill i found it. and on mine it was brakediscs.
what area do you live? may can recommend a garage !
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Old 04-10-09, 09:16 PM   #5
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im in cheshire goin get my mate look at it tomoz hes got a citroen garage fingers crossed he finds it and it isnt the shaft
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Old 05-10-09, 09:35 AM   #6
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i take it you've had the simplest explanation done and had the wheels balanced?
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Old 05-10-09, 11:45 AM   #7
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If it has alloys then I can tell you the cause right now. Very common.
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Old 05-10-09, 11:49 AM   #8
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If its the same problem i have its the bloody thing throwing wheel weights left right and center!
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Old 07-10-09, 11:15 AM   #9
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WELL lads its sorted for the price of a tyre as the old 1 had a bad egg in it thanks for the advice it seems i got myself a nice bargainn for the price of a tyre thanks again for the help
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Old 07-10-09, 12:06 PM   #10
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Good stuff, nothing beats getting an easy fix!
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