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Steering whel vibration isuzu bighorn 3.1d 1992 auto

Have a steering wheel vibration garage checked out suspension steering parts etc. Wheels balanced still got shake. Could it be the box if so how do you adjust it.

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Some SUV's have a steering damper. This is like a telescopic shock absorber that is attached to the steering idler arm at one end and the chassis at the other. If the bighorn has one this may be the cause of the problem. It took me months to find a severe steering vibration problem on a Range Rover. I replaced the damper, which was quite inexpensive, and the problem went away.

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