Question about 2000 Mazda 626
You may have anything from a bent wheel all the way to suspension issues so do this..take the car to an empty lot big enough you can drive the car around while someone looks at all the wheels looking for abnormalities in each wheel as it rolls slowly around them.even if a tire has a slipped belt, abubble or some out of round issue the car will shake(wiggle side to side whatever) some cars are sensitive to brakes grabbing and causing the same thing..other models have steering dampers(like a shock unit) made into the system that fails, and others have suspension parts and connectors that wear out with uselike ball joints and the like..you may have bad cv joints also(front end driveshafts)so heres what you do..take this list here and do each item at a time to find the reason for the issue and get back to me on what you find...good luck...
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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