When rotating tiers can you put the left rear on the right front and the right rear on the left front?

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And move the fronts straight back, that's how I do it, as long as they are not directional tires.

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Is it possible to rotate tires on staggered wheels if you just rotate the fronts with the fronts and rears with the rears?

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Can you rotate tires on a rear wheel drive?

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Can you put a front gas shock absorber and a rear oil shock absorber on your car?

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Your car makes a clicking sound on the front end as you turn right or left?

press the turning signal idiot

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Can you pass on the right side. when someone is turning left.?

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Can you put front wheel drive wheels on a rear wheel drive car?

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What is that Thumping noise in tail end of car VW Golf 97 when turning when turning right get noise in rear right and when turning left get it in rear left side had struts replaced no help?

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Should you put 2 new tires on front or rear for a rear wheel drive car?

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When reinstalling which side is positive - left or right looking from the front of the car?

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What is causing the noise you hear when you turn right left and slowing down?

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If i am attempting to turn left and struck on the right front of the car who's at fault?

Headon collision. You're both at fault.

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Should you put the 2 good tires on front or rear of car?

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Can you turn right from left lane on roundabout?

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If you are 3-4th out of the parking spot and hit another car with on the left front and rear doors who is at fault?

You are. Improper backing.

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How do planes turn left and right on the ground?

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Is there a difference between the right or left rear window motor on a Lebaron convertible?

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Right and left respectively my car jerks one way when accelerating and the other when braking?

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Can you put studded tires on the front only?

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When turning left and an opposing car is turning right who has the right of way?

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What causes the drivers side rear and front of car to be lower than right side?

You may have a problem with the car's suspension system such as a need to replace the shocks . If the driver is over weight the vehicle will lean to the left.

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What might cause rubbing on the left side of the car when you turn right?

When you turn right the weight of the vehicle shifts to the left, which could cause rubbing of several things on the left side.

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Can -you change the left shifter to the right side?

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Can you convert left hand drive right?

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When you drive your car it feels like the left front tire is going over a bump in the road every full rotation?

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Will the car pull to the right when braking if the left front caliper is binding in its bore?

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You have a knocking sound left hand front when you put the power on hard any ideas where to look first?

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Where is left and right?

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Why do some countries drive on the left and others on the right?

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When accelerating the car pulls steady right and when braking the car jerks suddenly left and smells like burning brakes?

Have your brake system inspected. Sounds like you have a caliber sticking.

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Why are police car lights red on the left and blue on the right side?

For the same reason airplanes have red lights on the left and blue lights on the right. If, in a poor vision situation, two police cars (or any emergency vehicle for that matter) are some distance apart and racing down a highway (or two planes in the sky) and see the flashing lights of another di...

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When can you make a left trun on red?

When the sigh that states NO LEFT TURN ON RED isn't there DUMMY!!!!!! what you want a cookie??!! [email protected]#! &*[email protected]#@ [email protected]#!

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When can you make a left on red?

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When can you make a left turn on red?

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When making a left turn at an intersection you must give the right of way to?

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It is permissible to pass on the right if the car in front of you is making a left hand turn?

There are only two times when you may pass to the right of another vehicle: on a two-lane road when the vehicle you are passing is about to turn left and on a highway with at least two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction.

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Is it easier to drive on the left or right?

If you are driving in a straight line - both being on right or left are equally safe and comfortable for right handed people as well as left handed people.However, if you are left handed then being on the right side and turning towards right is easier for you.

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What is the difference between front and rear wheel drive?

In front wheel drive the traction comes from the front wheels while in rear wheel drive traction power comes from the rear wheels.

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Why would 1998 Honda Civic make a rattling sound on front left wheel which you hear rounding curves and occasionally when driving straight Completely stops when car stops?

You might want to have the CV joints checked. When bearings start to go out, they make a "clicking" or "rattling" noise while driving - especially while making turns.

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Why do you got to the right when a car takes a sharp left turn?

inertia-when moving in a forward motion your body tries to continue in the same direction even when the car is turning

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When coming off an intersection do you look to the left or right first?

In the US from left to right whereas in the UK you would look to the right first as that is the direction from which traffic will first approach and you always look to the danger which is more/most immediate .

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Why do you move to the right when a car turns left?

If the car turns right, your body tries to stay where it was, which is on the left.Same reason when the car accelerates forwards, you are pushed back into your seat.The source of the centripetal force that forces you to go around the turn is the friction between your seat and your thighs.

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Why would your car pop in the front midle when you turn steering wheel left or right driving or in park?

I would say it would have to be a bad CV shaft. If it isn't that, check your inner tie rod ends.

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Does Mexico drive on the left or right?

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Can you have a japan car made with the gas and brake peddles on the left side of steering your right leg was amputaed?

It wouldn't make a difference, JDM(Japanese Domestic Market) cars have the pedals exactly the same. only difference is which hand you use to shift. if your leg was amputated you would just have to figure out how to use the leg you still have, I've never seen a car have a brake and gas pedal on th...

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Can you change front wheel car to rear wheel?

With fabrication and lots of $$$ anything is possible.

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Bad wheel bearing is a possibility.

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Why would a car be pulling left and right when trying to stop it?

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What causes creaking in the front end when coming to a stop plus a feeling every bump in the road and darting left and right when hitting bumps 1999 Cavalier?

Worn out ball joints, struts, lower control arm bushings, tie-rod ends, sway bar bushings, sway bar links, etc. Any one or more of these could do that. Sounds dangerous. Have the front end checked asap.

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You are drving and there are on coming cars on your left and a row of parked cars on your right. you should steer?

I would apply the brake.

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If someone puts a new right front bearing on wrong could it mess up the anti lock brake system?

The bearing it's self does not effect the ABS but, if the other parts removed to replace the bearing were not assembled correctly that can cause ABS problems. The most common problem that happens when these parts are disassembled is, the brake line gets twisted when it's put back together or the ...

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What is the main difference between front and rear suspension on vehicle?

The front suspension is steerable.

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When your lights are on and you hite the brakes your left turn signal goes faster?

if your signal is faster than normal then you need a new bulb

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When turning left at and intersection and the on coming car is turning left also which side should you pass on?

Both cars pass on the left. Another way to look at it is that the cars won't pass each other at all. They will both turn before they reach each other.

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Why is thre noise when turning car left or right?

Sounds like you have a bad or both axles gone bad.

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When ordering car parts which side is left or right?

The right and left sides of a vehicle or the engine are determined facing forward from the rear of the car or as from the point of view of being seated inside the car, facing the front (from the driver's seat).

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So you can see where you are going around your car when it is dark.

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Do you need to upgrade the master cylinder on a 1975 Ford F-250 when switching to dual piston calipers both front and rear?

yes , you will have to get a master cylander that will match the calipers and system

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Who is at fault in a shopping mall parking lot where you are driving forward through the lanes turning left into the drive lane when a car coming from your right hits your right rear end of the ca?

It depends if you pulled out without looking and/or too quickly so as to cut off the car on your right it's your fault. If you were moving very slow and they didnt see you and hit you its their fault. Although.. It is your responsibility as the car NOT in the driving lane to yield to the car IN t...

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Can I put my front license plate on my dash?

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What does left and right signals flashing mean?

it tells you that the parking break is on.hazards light.left and right signals flashing at same time- tells drivers there is something wrong.

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You can legally pass on the right?

When the car to the left is making a left turn and you have a lane to pass. D&A Test I'm assuming?

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Can you put a 4th gen firebird rear end on a 4th gen camaro?

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Should you replace front and rear brakes at the same time?

The short answer is that you can replace your brake pads in pairs (front or rear) as necessary, but don't have to replace both sets at the same time unless they both need it.The reason for this is that your front brakes actually do most of the work.

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