Heavy Vibrations while in a RH turn
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    Heavy Vibrations while in a RH turn

    Hi I'm new here but I have a problem with my 2004 WRX. Any time I make a right hand turn, hard or soft, I get a heavy shudder effect that feels like the car is about to shake apart.

    Has anyone heard of this happening. If so please help. I'm really trying not to spend thousands of dollars to find out this was something I could have fixed at home.

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    Has the car ever been in an accident involving the suspension?
    When was the last time you had your wheels/tires balanced? Alignment checked?

    Does it happen during braking, or does it stop?
    Does it do it at certain speeds? If so does it get better or worse the faster you go?
    Is there any sound associated with this?

    Hopefully we can help narrow this issue down, and it won't cost too much.

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    Get this all the time...

    I drift... alot. And about every 4-6 months I'll have to replace a CV boot or CV joint... replace it soon before it effects your front drive- tran.

    ...it makes it rough making a fast tight corner, eh!?

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