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Old 23-01-19, 08:21 AM   #1
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Default 2004 motorhome wheel wobble on slow left turn

hi i have a 2004 peugeot boxer motorhome which has a strange wheel wobble at steering wheel but only on slow left turns ? i have replaced 3 wheel bearings in 3 years and yesterday i replaced the right cv joint but still does it any sugestions guys ??????? ITS ANNOYING ME NOW please help
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Old 23-01-19, 08:26 AM   #2
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Hi welcome to the forum...you put this on a '206'forum so I've moved to to the correct forum...please have a read of the forum rules (link in my signature)..welcome again
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Old 23-01-19, 09:35 AM   #3
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Ours did the same, strange wobble on a turn. I looked at the discs for warping, bearings etc and finally adjusted the toe-in which was out a bit. Improved it quite a bit. Try that.
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Hi I’ve now replaced the left wheel bearing, cv joint and Discs and pads but alas this blooming wobble is still apparent when accelerating out of a left turn any suggestions guys ?
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I'm going back a few years now but I had the same thing on a Rover car and it was the INNER CV joint that was causing the trouble. There are two CV joints on a drive shaft.
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We’re looking at it tomorrow night so will look at that side of it thank you
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Old 14-08-19, 06:33 PM   #7
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Hi guys update on wobble changed left driveshaft tonight ( just finished) and road tested all seems ok wobble gone just need to check alignment and balance and should be good to go 👍🏻👍🏻👍&#x1f 3fb;👍🏻👍🏻 Thank you everyone for your advice P
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