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99 Deville rear whell problem.


bschelle

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My 99 Deville with 118,000 has a wheel problem. When I go into a right curve on the highway the right rear wheel seems to be bouncing at a rapid pace. It sounds like someone is using a air hammer in the trunk. If I turn the wheel just a little bit to the left and slightly straighten it out the thumping stops. As soon as I get back to making the curve it starts right up again. It is also vibrating and making the noise at the same time. What do you think it is?

Thanks in advance,

Bill.

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wheel bearings?? My 87 deville did something similar and it turned out to be wheel bearings. I think it was about a $50, 2 HR job for me....

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I removed the wheel and the bushings in the knuckle are shot. So far the best price I could find for the knuckle is $254.67 + $50.93 shipping for a total of $305.60 from gmpartsdirect.com. Anybody know where they are any cheaper?

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Someone just did knuckles here and the price YOU got is very good I think he got a price in excess of $300, check http://www.gmotors.com mike

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I did but they only respond with email quotes and I am waiting for a response from them.

That is all that I have gotten from them is an email quote of how much the part is, I guess you can call them

Early on sailors navigated by the stars at night and the North star became the symbol for finding ones way home. Once you know where the Northstar is you can point your ship in the right direction to get home. So the star became a symbol for finding ones way home or more symbolically even finding ones path in life.

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