b.benz at charter.net
Thu Apr 5 09:34:51 EDT 2007
John, Why would you suspect an axle problem, from those symptoms?
Your vibration problem is more likely tires or wheel imbalance
combined with loose tie rod ends or ball joints.
If not a loose suspension, your clunk could also be loose rack to
pinion clearance. Try adjusting the rack per Bentley. Bad CV joints
click, not clunk. Inners never fail.
On Apr 4, 2007, at 8:37 PM, John S. Lagnese wrote:
> When I have my 91 200 TQ 20V with 113K miles on the highway I am
> having a
> bit of a problem. I'm getting a vibration in my steering wheel over
> 50 mph
> that goes almost away over 70. I also get a clunking type of noise
> turning slightly to the left, like a lane change, under
> acceleration. Is
> this an inner cv joint? Any other way to check? Is there a source
> for an
> axle? Do I have to change the cv joint alone?
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