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Old 02-01-12, 10:37 PM   #1
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Question viabration from wheel

Hi Troops, I got a 307 HDi 2.0 110BHP RHS. when im about to drive, there is a viabration from the n/s wheel, so i checked the wheel and it seems abit wobbly to me, I think its the wheel bearing might be gone, but could be anything, Can anyone give me any advise on this issue. Just seems abit jutterty to me until i get to about 20MPH.

Also my bottom engine mount needs changining (movement restrictor), the drive shaft goes through this mounting, not sure if the above problem has been caused by this.

Finally My Egr Valve might need attention and need to inspect hoses for the turbo.

Any advise before i do it myself, or find a cheepy local garage do it for me.

thanks in advance.
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Hi, also, would you need a press to remove and replace the front wheel bearing?

And has anyone removed thier own EGR in a 2.0 HDI 307 before?
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according to haynes, if you jack the car up and you can rock the wheel so to speak the bearing has gone and needs replacing asap.

unfortunately i dont know how to remove or replace as i gave my car to a mate of mine to do for a few quid...apparently mine had welded themselves on (in my 307) so he had to heat and smash them off.

davidireland will have more info on this i bet.



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