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Any suggestions for possible alignment issue

Old 02-24-2006, 10:45 PM
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Default Any suggestions for possible alignment issue

Need some advice. My daughter has a 2001 Sebring LXi and recently told me it sounds like a "go cart". I drove it and determined she needed an alignment due to the following: at speeds over 30 MPH the car sounds like a truck with oversized tires. While turning left the sound increases, turning right the sound almost disappears. I noticed some slight wear on the outside portion of the left front tire (still plenty of tread but wear was noticable). Had an alignment done today and problem is still there. The shop confirmed the toe was out on both front tires and they brought them in spec. I am going back in the a.m. to discuss this with them but would like to hear opinions or suggestions. The tires are Goodyear Eagles with less than 20K miles on them. thanks
Old 02-24-2006, 11:00 PM
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Default RE: Any suggestions for possible alignment issue

if its the 4 door sebring then you may need one or two hub and bearings kits depedning on which one is bad we replace them a bit part number is 4578144-ab it costs $125.00 rough price
we get complaints of a noise that sounds like a growling noise and thats what we replace when they do
have them take a look at that
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