02 Windstar rear passenger wobble

Asked by Mar 08, 2016 at 11:56 AM about the 2002 Ford Windstar SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I know my van probably needs to be retired :P
Anyway.... I've been having a pretty severe wobble
(almost feels like flat tire) coming from the rear
passenger side at all speeds. The tire is brand new,
but the problem was happening before I replaced
it.
I jacked it up and tried to see if there was any play
in the wheel... There wasn't.
Recently, we've added a lovely grinding noise back
there that comes and goes. This is possibly a
separate issue since I'm sure those brakes need
replaced. Anyway.... What next?

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Incorrectly mounted/placement of the coil spring or shocks, Worn out shocks/struts. Broken or disconnected sway bar linage. Incorrect installation of brake complainants or a misalignment.

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