Questions & Answers for: Land Rover tyre wear wheel alignment

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...wear. Any thoughts ? remove drive shaft and all vcu components, take for a short drive ( car will still drive in 2 wheel mode, if vibration gone suspect could be vcu , if still felt at front suspect ...

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...tyre keeps getting quickly worn down excessively on inside edge. Average `lifespan' is around 6,000 miles VS 18,000 for the other 3 tyres. the wheel may be out of aligment, take it to a wheel ...

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...wheel tried to turn but seems 2 be still in gear Possible tyre noise, Have tyres been changed from left to right lately. Each tread section wears at an angle and changing direction of rotation will ...

four new tyres all balanced and the car still shakes when i hit 40mph..? Most likely either wheel bearing, ball joint or tie rod end. bushes my friend not cheap but its a wear problem

...tyre wear pattern on my Land Rover Defender both front and rear.not the usual trackin or toe-in/out uniform wear, but 'blotchy' wear pattern. Weak coil springs or shock absorbers need replacing? ...

Question about 1998 Discovery

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tyre wear. if the tyre pressures and fluid levels are ok then check the belt driving the power steering pump is ok. other problems include a bad power steering pump. a faulty rack, or siezed joints on

Question about 2008 LR2

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wear, bulges? Next would be to check wheel balance and alignment. Finally bushings on steering. I have found that worn tires sound like bad wheel bearings and can create front end shimmer. I hope that

Question about 2001 Discovery Series II

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...on the steering box,don 't know what else to try.Feels like some movement is I the column but manual movements seems ok.Had wheel alignment yesterday.New box,new oil how are the tyre pressures

...wear especially the front shaft.Check wheel alignment for castor problems and check the steering shocky ( if fitted) If tyres are good then check the ball joint connecting the steering rack to the ...

...wear in the track rod and/or drag link bushes. Do NOT try to save money on this - any good tyre service can replace the track rod ends and do a wheel alignment. If that does not fix the problem. you ...

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