SOLVED: Got a BMW Z3 1998 I have had all the business done

Detail: Can some one help me please
Detail Question SOLVED: Got a BMW Z3 1998 I have had all the business done

Solution: Make sure a wheel alignment was done. Check for a brake caliper not releasing completely. Also be sure the wheel bearings are tightened correctly , Hi If you've had the tracking done when you had the track rod ends done and it's still pulling to the left I would check your tyre pressures 1st then look at the tyre on the left of your vehicle if its misshaped this could cause pulling Hope this helps Nick , Hi, a 6ya Mechanic can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two. Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Mechanic (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck! , What was said about the wear of the front end part when the alignment was given? I could be wrong but, I would say, Not likely for the tie rod ends and definately not the shocks for knocking sounds.. It sounds more like bad ball joints poping, although the idler arm and tye rod ends could be worn also . , put a jack under the trackrod end and jack up applying presure that will stop it turning ok , Okay....I have been working on my boss' car for a week with this SAME issue....first....try to figure out the spot it is coming from. This part is the pain. Second, have a can of WD-40 and spray it into any joint you find. This squeek could be from an upper bushing, a lower bushing, an A arm bushing, or any other bushing on that side....so start out with this method first because it will only cost you a few dollars, or free if you have it already. But do one at a time till you find it. Then, you'll know what item to replace. , There is a spray product that I used a long time ago to remove the vinyl letters off a boat. It worked great just can't remember the name. Check with an auto paint supplyer. , Has to be a drive axle,most likely an inner joint,should be able to feel the play if one is bad (jacked up to let the wheel spin freely). Also. If the front suspension is weak,or lowered, the CV axle will bottom out in the inner plunge cup and make a terrible vibration.

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