Question about 2004 Honda Accord
The simplest thing could be mud or snow inside your wheel, or it's otherwise out of balance. Kick it out of there. Second could be a bad alignment, in which case you will need an alignment rack at your local garage. Third could be worn ball joints. If you look at the front tires, and they are wearing funny-unevenly across the tread, that will only make the problem worse, and it's time for new tires as well.
Posted on Jan 25, 2013
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