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Old 10-28-13, 07:13 PM   #1
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hello everyone I have a question my ball joint recently broke on my gs400 had it repaired
now my abs lights are on checked the sensor wire and it appears to be ok and it now sounds like the wheel bearing is bad makes a scrubing noise when your in a turn but go's back to normal
when I straighten out the steering wheel anyone ever have this happen and if so whats the best fix and estimated cost to fix without getting ripped off
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I'd check the dust shield. It probably got bent when the balljoint failed. Maybe it's too close to the rotor. Still it does sound like the wheel bearing is allowing the wheel to wobble some.
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