vibration on my 97 Pontiac Grand am

Asked by Feb 24, 2016 at 11:04 PM about the 1997 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: General

My car is vibrating in the higher speeds just
replaced wheel bearing on the front. What could
this be also it's pulling to the right really bad? I just
had to replace my serpentine belt because it broke
the vibration isn't as strong as it was since the new
belt has been put on any ideas?

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My dad is a mechanic and he does all the work on my car I just want ideas before I take it to him not knowing what the problem could be so he don't look at me like I'm stupid trying to explain my issue to him. Please help

5

BETTER TO REPLACE BOTH BEARINGS AT THE SAMETIME CAUSE IT WITH CAUSE FRICTION ON THE OLD ONE.. Sorry for caps lol but trani. can make that big rumble aswell if its against the center of of the vehicle..

Idk what that means lol? My dad had replaced the driver side last year passenger side was fine.

Well from professional car mechanic I would have to say do you feel the vibration in the steering wheel or in your feet that would tell me a lot

Make friends with mechanic I see this all the time I'm sure your dad is a good mechanic but it always helps to talk to at least another mechanic I know a few times that I misdiagnosed as somebody else's pinpointed out and the same as happen back to them we're just human we can't be perfect

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