Wheels need alignment.
If you changed them yourself it is recommended that you get an alignment done or do the alignment yourself. If a shop or mechanic did the work they should have done the alignment themselves.
It is out of alignment or wheel bearing is loose.
It is in the way you wheel wear. If you go to tyre centre they will be able to tell you if you need an alignment as they can see the way you tyres are wearing.
Depends on when you had your last alignment and the condition of the tires you removed. It they were wearing perfectly even then you may not need an alignment. If you have not had an alignment in the last 36,000 miles you may very well need one. Judgment call on your part based on the evidence.
If it's independent rear suspension, it's been knocked out of alignment. Yes, rear suspension can be knocked out of alignment.
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The CV joint provides power to the wheels. It has nothing to do with alignment.
Because your making right turns going too fast. Your front end may also be out of alignment. If the tires are wearing unevenly take it to a shop for an alignment.
Assuming that one is referring to a front wheel alignment, there are a number of signs that can indicate that this process is required. If the car has driven over 100,000 miles since the last alignment, the front tires are wearing unevenly, the front of the car shakes when driving on a smooth surface, or the car is pulling to one side, a front wheel alignment is probably needed.
Wheel alignment is needed. Tires are not pointing as they should and you are just wearing out tires faster and it does not self correct when rounding a corner. You will notice the difference. Go to a wheel alignment shop...who basically only do wheel alignments.
Poor tire alignment will cause wearing on the inside edges of rear and even front tires.
The tire treads are not wearing properly because the alignment is out and/or front end may have worn part(s). The edges are worn like the tips of a feather.
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Sam's Club does not do front end alignments. They do sell tires and if your tires are wearing unevenly, they can tell you if a front end alignment is recommended.
the reason they probably did this is because they wanted to be sure that the tires would not start wearing unevenly, it's always a good thing to keep your alignment in check. Tires Plus employee
If you are rotating your tires every 5000 to 6000 miles and keeping the recommended air pressure look at your tires to see how they are wearing. If they are wearing even across then there is no reason to align them but if they are wearing uneven then it may be time for a alignment. It is better to do this right after installing a new set of tires if the old tires are badly worn.
As long as it is safe, goes straight and tires are not wearing unevenly. I went over 50k . Avoid hitting curbs and pot holes. C
Possibilities: Tie rod ends Ball joints Shocks Control arm bushings All the above OR Maybe it just needs an alignment
You need an alignment to ajust your camber most vehicles wear the inside of the tire on the front and middle of the tire on the rear. Rotating your tire after a proper alignment every 9000 to 12000 mile will inprove your tire life. Four wheel alignment should cost $65 to $100 front wheel 50 to 85.
Check the entire front end. The tie rod ends or ball joints could be wearing. The tires could be worn or out of balance. And the front end could be out of alignment.
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check the tensioner pully, it has a mark on it that shows when the belt should be changed from it's length wearing longer. Also check for a broken powersteering bracket causing the belt to be out of alignment with the other pullys.
Tires are a wear item just as brakes are. They will wear from friction. Properly inflated they should wear evenly. PSI inflation should be checked regularly. If they are not wearing evenly the vehicle may need an alignment.