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Bad wobble in steering when hitting bumps at cruising speeds

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There is a problem with either the the wheel integrity, the steering linkage or all the above.

This is a dangerous and potentially life threatening situation.

As someone who has lived through a ball joint breaking off of it's connecting rod, I can tell you first hand that a steering wheel that doesn't steer is no fun at highway speeds.

Please have your vehicle looked at by a pro.
If you drive it, drive it slow, but drive it to a mechanic.

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Steering Vibration (Death Wobble)


HEY I HAVE A QUESTION YOU DONT FEEL THE PROBLEM WHEN YOU HIT THE BRAKES AT HIGH SPEED IF YOU DO THE PROBLEM IN WHIT YOU BRAKES YOU NEED TO DO NEW SURFACE IN YOU ROTORS AND PUT NEW BRAKES

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this is known as death wobble because it feels like you are going to die but slowing down will end it.

The cause for death wobble are:
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  2. Worn or loose trackbar bushings or tie rod ends on the trackbar itself.
  3. front end needs alignment.
  4. and many others but the common reasons are listed above.
try to realign the front end. If it doesnt help, then you do indeed have worn steering / suspension components.

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