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Pontiac Sunfire
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What causes the front passenger side wheel to wobble real bad on a Pontiac Sun Fire is it tie rod ends or ball joints?

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2005-10-09 15:05:47
2005-10-09 15:05:47

It can be any of that plus a loose wheel, bent wheel, loose wheel bearing, etc. Whatever it is, it is a dangerous situation. Get this looked at ASAP. Do not continue to drive this car.

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