Troubleshooting

PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Use the table below to help you find the cause ot the problem. The numbers indicate the priority of the Hkely cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace these parts.

Symptom

Suspect Area

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Wander/pulls

1. Tire (Worn or improperly inflated)

2. Wheel alignment (irtcorrect)

3. Steering linkage (Loose or worn)

4. Hub bearing (Worn)

5. Steering gear (Out of adjustment or broken}

6. Suspension parts (Worn)

SA-8

SA-12 SA-55 SR--33

Bottoming

1. Vehicle (Overloaded) 2 Spring (Weak)

3. Shock absorber (Worn)

SA-33 SA -61 SA-36 SA 64

SwayS'piichGS

1. Tire (Worn or improperly inflated)

2. -Stabilizer bar (Bent or broken)

3. Shock absorber (Worn)

SA-2 SA-50 SA-75 SA 36 SA-64

From wheel shimmy

1. Tire (Worn or improperly inflated)

2. Wheet (Out of balance)

3. Shock absorber (Worn)

A. Wheel alignment (Incorrect)

5. Bail joint (Worn)

6 Hub bearing (Worn)

7. Steering linkage (Loose or worn)

S. Steering pear (Out of adjustment or broken)

SR 33

Abnormal tire wear

1. Tire {Worn or improperly inflated)

2. Wheel alignment (Incorrect)

3. Shook absorber (Worn)

4. Suspension pails (Worn)

SA-2 SA-4 SA-36 SA-64

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