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I have a wobble in the rear of my voyager, and it gets worse after travelling a distance. What could be the problem?

Had it checked, but it started to wobble and drag again

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Could be you have a bad steel belt on one of your rear tires. The belts in the tire are like embedded steel mesh. Sometimes they slip out of place on old tires. Could also be a loose lug nut or stripped out post that it screws onto. Hope that helps.

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Testimonial: "Apparently, the rear brakes had not been assembled properly she shoes were not sitting in the groove properly. It was good for a while, then it started again. he said my tires were not that great, but did not say they needed replacing. I am lost for solutions. If I drive for a while, shut it off for 10 minutes, then get back in to drive, it seems worse. It is also vibrating while in neutral. I think the tranny is ok, but not 100% sure."

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    Ken Butler May 01, 2014

    And the tires appear ok, but cant tell for sure.

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    Donald Thunder May 01, 2014

    get the wheel bearing checked out...

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Seperated tire

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