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Old 09-04-2007, 09:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

Just got my Suzuki. It's a 2004 Verona with 19,000 miles on it.
Everything seems to be working okay. But when at slow speeds it sounds like I have a tire out of balance. Like a boom boom boom boom. Goes away at higher speeds (40ish) but comes back at speeds higher than that. Over 70.

Could this really be a tire or tires out of balance? Or something else.

I believe that these are the original tires on the car. Plenty of tread left.

Thanks for any advice.
Mark
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Hi All,

Just got my Suzuki. It's a 2004 Verona with 19,000 miles on it.
Everything seems to be working okay. But when at slow speeds it sounds like I have a tire out of balance. Like a boom boom boom boom. Goes away at higher speeds (40ish) but comes back at speeds higher than that. Over 70.

Could this really be a tire or tires out of balance? Or something else.

I believe that these are the original tires on the car. Plenty of tread left.

Thanks for any advice.
Mark
Fixing a tire is the least expensive thing to do on that car, please have it fixed unless you wish to change tie rods and ball joints (which costs 8 times more than fixing a tire)
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Check the tires for tread separation/cracks, 14 yr old tires may need replacement, regardless of wear...

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