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Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

Hi fellas Im not sure if this is the propper place but I think so.Im not sure its susppension related. Whats happening is that when I am going around a curve and hit a bump the car feels wobbly. Like if I am making a left hand curve and contact a bump or whatever the car seems to want to jerk in the direction of the turn. The car feels unstable and seems to have excess body roll compared to a month ago. This is fairly new and makes me nervous, like a tire is gonna fall off, and something might break and I wreck. If Im going straight and hit a bump its fine car takes it normally, at least for having 100k miles it seems fine. I know that I have one bad strut rear passenger side. I also had the subframe and control replaced by a certified dealer (free recall) The alignment has been off ever sense but I dont have time the past few weeks to get back there.

If anyone has any idea where to start please let me know. If there is any more info I can add or questions you have pleawse let me know. I will be on monitoring this thread hoping for fast replies leading to fast repair. Thanks guys ttyl.
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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

That sounds a lot like a suspension link is broken or a strut is blown. I wouldn't drive it anywhere other than the shop to get it checked out, if a suspension link is broken you're in danger of losing a wheel while driving. Its more likely blown struts, but better safe than sorry.


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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

I was suggested to crawl under the car and grab the bars that go side to side and wiggle them and see if there is any play in the bushings. I did that and there was no play they seemed to me very stiff. I called an old friend and he will look at it on Saturday and see what he thinks. Thanks guys. Anymore suggestions are welcome I appreciate all the help.
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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

You say you know you have a blown shock? #1 get on that. #2 get that alignment done. It's fine going straight but not when cornering? Is it more when turning a certain direction or the same both ways? Don't do anything else until you get it on the alignment rack. A bad alignment is the quickest way to destroy a cars handling. Replace the blown shock, align it and report back.


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The alignment has been off ever sense but I dont have time the past few weeks to get back there.

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I would start here, I only got a few words into reading before "bad alignment" came to mind. Do you feel steering wheel vibrations at highway speeds? If your car is pulling one way or another coming out of bumps I'd check that first. Good luck


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You say you know you have a blown shock? #1 get on that. #2 get that alignment done. It's fine going straight but not when cornering? Is it more when turning a certain direction or the same both ways? Don't do anything else until you get it on the alignment rack. A bad alignment is the quickest way to destroy a cars handling. Replace the blown shock, align it and report back.
Also always replace them in pairs. Fronts together, rears together.


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Also always replace them in pairs. Fronts together, rears together.
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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

i would also check the ball joints.... lift the front of the car till the wheels are off the ground use a pry bar and lift up on the wheel if you feel slack get some to do it and look at your ball joints if either is popping thats probably the problem

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Thanks guy! Great stuff here. I wrote this all down. tomorrow I will check on ask these inspection items. Appreciate all ur help gentleman
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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

Dude! I got the same exact problem...and my steering wheel vibrates and jerks around between 80-110 kms

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Dude! I got the same exact problem...and my steering wheel vibrates and jerks around between 80-110 kms
Dragging front brake caliper or out of balance wheel.

OP sounds like he has a strut issue. As mentioned, replace in pairs (unless you put in new ones and one failed quickly).

I've used the KYB GR-2's/Excels, inexpensive and work well as a stock replacement. RockAuto has them.

PS, if you replace struts, you need an alignment.

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Did you check the bushings?
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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

I would definitely say its the struts for sure! I replaced mine with a set of racelands and the problem went away.

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I would definitely say its the struts for sure! I replaced mine with a set of racelands and the problem went away.
That doesn't really mean its the struts. Keep in mind that replacing the struts means realigning the car afterwards.


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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

Sounds like lower ball joint to me. Does it feel like you're sliding on ice/drifting as you turn? Mine felt like this for a month or two before driving down the highway at 70mph and about had the ball joint come apart. The steering wheel started pulling side to hard extremely hard and yeah... about had one hell of a night.

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Sounds like lower ball joint to me. Does it feel like you're sliding on ice/drifting as you turn? Mine felt like this for a month or two before driving down the highway at 70mph and about had the ball joint come apart. The steering wheel started pulling side to hard extremely hard and yeah... about had one hell of a night.
Could be, best way to check is:

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Grab a lifted wheel at 3 & 9, wiggle back & forth (on a vertical axis), should be no "play" other than maybe moving the steering wheel a bit.
Grab a lifted wheel @ 6 & 12, wiggle back & forth (on a horizontal axis), should be no "play".

If there is play in either direction, look to see where it is. This checks various suspension joints, wheel bearings and chassis mounts (a little).
Play in both directions may be a wheel bearing. Wheel bearings usually make noise when going straight down the road, more noise when they're loaded.
If it's a left front wheel bearing, it will sound louder when making right turns as this loads the bearing more.

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Sway bar links and bushings, check them for play.

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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

Yeah, sway bar links and bushing will taunt you as well. While we are on the topic... for the last few months I have been experiencing this horrible noise from the front left side of my car. It kind of sounds like a popping/crackling noise from the suspension. I have new coilovers installed, new lower control arm with ball joint, and replaced my sway bar link and bushings on both sides. The only thing left I could think of would be the cv joint. I notice a LOT more noise when I'm driving slow and turning (like parking in a stall it's horribly bad).

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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

Also, I had my friend hop in the driver's seat and just steer all the way to the left and right while stationary so that I could poke my head under the car and maybe see what's up... but sounded like the noise was coming from closer to the fire way and not the cv.

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Yeah, sway bar links and bushing will taunt you as well. While we are on the topic... for the last few months I have been experiencing this horrible noise from the front left side of my car. It kind of sounds like a popping/crackling noise from the suspension. I have new coilovers installed, new lower control arm with ball joint, and replaced my sway bar link and bushings on both sides. The only thing left I could think of would be the CV joint. I notice a LOT more noise when I'm driving slow and turning (like parking in a stall it's horribly bad).
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Also, I had my friend hop in the driver's seat and just steer all the way to the left and right while stationary so that I could poke my head under the car and maybe see what's up... but sounded like the noise was coming from closer to the fire way and not the CV.
Did the sound start after you did the coilovers?? Sounds like the spring is popping on it's spring perch as the strut turns. You can use a marker and make a line on the spring & the perch, then do the steering test again seeing if the marks go out of alignment.

Depending on the strut, the fix may be different. A squirt of oil where the spring rests may reduce the noise for a bit.

As to why it sounds louder when going slow (provided it's the spring) is because there is no extra suspension movement to help the spring rotate. Since it's loaded and moving slow, it sounds louder.
Sorta like a door with dry hinges, they can be loud if you open the door slow but a little quieter if you open it fast.

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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

To be honest, I think the noise started after I replaced my lower control arm (wayyyy before I installed my coilovers). I might not have torqued down the bolts correctly so maybe I will check that first. And it may be the spring on the perch so I will have to look at that! Thanks for the help man.

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Re: Car feel wobbly when hitting bumps around curves/corners.

I have been looking at my cv's and both sides have a lot of spin grease all up in there. Think the joints could be getting dry and making the noise? Also, lately it feels as if the wheels don't want to get going in first gear... maybe the cv's are out of grease.

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