Did you get a 4 wheel alignment AFTER you lowered it? You upset the geometry by lowering the car. Get a 4 wheel alignment and see what that does.
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It has independent suspension and the vehicle may be out of alignment, over weight or the springs are weak.
(Licenced Technician) -- Loose steering / wander can be caused by almost anything; bad alignment to worn steering linkage to bad balljoints to broken springs, worn steering gear, incorrect tire pressure (too high or too low), worn / mismatched tires, even wear in the steering column can cause this. In extreme cases, I have seen vehicles that would not drive properly, even with a front end that was 100% and an alignment that was all in spec. It turned out the vehicle's frame was still damaged after an accident. I would strongly recommend getting this professionally checked; a 1994 GM likely still has original (read: non-greaseable) front end joints and are likely getting play in them. .
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there is no alignment for a leaf sprung rear axle. the center pins on the springs seat into holes on the perches. that's what aligns the rear.
No, the broken coil spring affects the vehicle's ride height. The front coil springs should be replaced on both sides to ensure the front height is even. Check with your local dealership to see if there is a recall for broken front coil springs for your vehicle - have your VIN number available.
to Raise a car you need to modify the suspension by getting larger springs, body mount lift blocks and adjusting the alignment once it is raised
many causes. check: loose wheel bearings possible bent spindle possible bent suspension part weak springs alignment, if the camber or toe(alignment terms) is out, the tire will not sit in the proper position. depending on the year, your car may take alignment shims to correct the problem. shims are usually an additional cost on top of the alignment.
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A possibility is to place the rear axle on top of the springs and relax the front torsion bars a bit ,all this with an alignment in mind.
Depnds on the type, some are free wheeling push types, others have springs tha you pull back and let go. RC cars are the most advanced having gas or electric motors.
Vibration of the tire is caused by a uniformity parameter called "variation of radial force". Usually a vehicle's steering wheel will vibrate (called torsional nimble) at a certain speed. This vibration is caused by the harmonics of this radial force. Picture the side view of a tire with different size springs within it. The force of these springs cause a distortion of this force and you feel this distortion in the steering wheel.
Check with a front alignment shop for the specs or a shop manual. They will give you specs and where to measure them. If not high enough ,either wrong tires or weak springs.
If you are trying to drop the front end 4 inches I would recommend replacing the stock front spindles with 3 inch drop spindles and replacing the front coil springs with 1 inch drop springs. If you cut the front springs to drop the front end 4 inches, proper alignment will be impossible.
Swap out the coil springs on all four corners and if your lowering it more than 2 inches in the front, I recommend drop spindles for the front in order to maintain alignment.
Behind the steering wheel,their is three screws that need to come off,then you can take off front cover of steering wheel,you will need a steering wheel removal tool to get wheel off,be careful there are two inch long springs that go to the horn,dont lose them or your horn wont work.
It refers to the frame, engine,front and rear axles, springs, steering systems and the fuel tank bolted directly to the body-in short everything but the body.
There are 4 main types of springs: - Seepage springs - Fracture springs - Tubular springs - Mineral springs
Some common garage door repair problems include the rollers, springs and motor. Rollers and springs will cost roughly $500 to replace. The biggest problems with garage door openers are misalignments. In particular chain drive systems are prone to failure when they get out of alignment.
The springs will have to be compressed in order to remove them. As this can be a very dangerous job, I suggest that unless you have the proper tools and skill, that you have this job performed by a professional. Many people have been seriously injured or killed doing this.
Unless you have the proper tools and skill this can be a very dangerous repair. I suggest you seek professional help.