Question about 2003 Buick Regal
It started with my low tire light and I checked the pressure and filled all tires. Now when I drive even at low speed, the steering wheel shakes and it's pulling dramatically to the left. At higher speeds (above 50) the steering still shakes and a loud humming (wheel bearing?).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
had exact same problem and had a drive shaft (????) extension replaced. This item moves in and out when the engine rotates under torque. If not able to move correctly you get this vibration. Only needed to replace the one on the driver's side - other side okay, but it was maddening that you could get the car to vibrate at 35 to 45 mph but at no other speed.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
most likely it is not actually a misfire it is the overdrive/TCC solenoid kicking on and off, it is a common GM transmission issue
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: steering wheel is pulling to the right. At low speed (15 mi.) steering wheel moves at least 2 inch each way, car shakes when drives faster. Not a wheel or alignment problem. Could this be the drivesha
Sounds like you have a split belt on one of your front tires. Check this by jacking up car and support on stands. Spin tires by hand and look for uneven tire surface.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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