I would remove the tires one by one and place them on a spin balancer; as the balacer spins, the technician needs to watch the horizon of the tire for a out of round condition and/or bent rim.( a out of round tire can be "in-balance" but still shake your teeth loose.) If your vehicle has a drive shaft vs axle shaft look very closely at the universal joints . I hope this helps you. Mark
Yes, BUT the result would be no better than beforethe alignment because the play in the bad bearings would prevent an accurate alignment.
Brushes and bearings are component parts of a generator. The brushes are used to deliver the field voltage to the revolving rotor. The bearings are needed to allow the rotor to revolve. The bearings also maintain alignment to prevent the rotor from dragging on the stator.
Have the wheel bearings checked, as well as the alignment.
Check tire balance or wheel bearings in front axle
Perhaps alignment if your referring to the profile and stations of the road.
Wheel balance or drive shaft balance. Could be bearings also.
Check your wheel bearings, or you might need a wheel alignment
bad ignition. plugged air filter. main bearings are bad.
Usually caused by pulley mis-alignment or bad bearings. With the belt off, try turning each pulley with your hand to see if the bearings spin freely and smooth.
Probably have problems with the pinion bearings, carrier bearings and or ring and pinion gears inside the rear differential.
It could be a few things. Maybe a fuel knock caused by timing or something like your rocker arms are out of adjustment. Also you could have bad crank or piston rod bearings or cam bearings.
It's possible, but there are other causes too. Alignment, shocks and front wheel bearings can all cause this.
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.
Wheels need balancing, alignment could be off, wheel bearings, bent rim. Probably just needs wheels balanced.
To make sure no parts that will affect the steering alignment are bent or broken such as tie rod ends ball joints wheel bearings spindles struts control arms ect ect.
Wheel bearings, main bearings, connecting rod bearings, cam bearings, axle bearings, carrier bearings, pinion bearings and so on, need to be more specific.
A few types of bearings are plain bearings, jewel bearings, and fluid bearings.
1. out of balance tire 2. Steering out of alignment 3. bad wheel bearings
For all kinds of things. Better gas mileage, better tire life, so your car goes straight, so your wheel bearings last longer.
First, check the lug nuts. If that's not it, check the wheel bearings.
Whistling at low speeds tends to indicate worn wheel bearings.
Wheel bearings? Axle bearings? Differential carrier bearings? Engine main bearings? Engine rod bearings? Engine cam bearings? Need more info to help you.
No. Bearings and axles are non-adjustable. But the question is not clear as to what is meant by "off". There is really nothing other than mileage that wears bearings and axles. Front-wheel drive cars don't have servicable bearings. However, when a rear brake job is done on a car with drum brakes, chances are there may be bearings that should be greased at that time. Axles are sealed, and are not serviceable on anything other than a 4x4, and even then, there isn't much to service. Bearings on a Ford Explorer 4x4 (for example) needs the front bearings re-packed with a front brake job. If your axle or bearings seem messed up after the alignment and rotation, it didn't have anything to do the tires being out of balance. Because lifting a vehicle on a rack removes all weight off the suspension, it can sometimes cause the vehicle to settle wrong when put back down if there is a weakness in a component. Example, wheel bearings that got into their own worn groove because they were a little loose. The wheel, when off the ground, tilted one way, and when lowered back down, forced the bearing if loose into a weird spot.
problem could be the rear strut