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Can an automatic trans cause a wobble under acceleration. Mount is good. No movement in steering wheel


I suppose it is possible - almost anything is possible with motor cars. Like the old saying goes; anything with tyres or testes is going to cause trouble sooner or later, however, I have never known the symptom you describe to be caused by a transmission.

I have known an unfortunate choice of tyres to cause some strange sensations. Some of the early Michelin tyres used to wobble a lot under acceleration. I have known some older tyres to sometimes feel like the wheels are walking along the road rather than rotating but that was at a fairly low speed and neutral throttle opening.

Worn driveline components are by far the most common causes of a less than smooth power delivery with worn inner drive shaft joints the top of my list for strange or unusual wobble sensations.

It is wise to go back to basics and do some serious checking before spending any money...

Mar 13, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Tire wobbles when driving? Check this explanation why it does that


While driving you start to slow down and it feels like a tire is loose and wobbling? That is caused by a broken steel belt in the tire. You will need to replace the tire ASAP!! The tires with broken belts expolde at high driving speeds which is very dangerous

on Apr 10, 2010 | Chevrolet 1500 Cars & Trucks

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Replaced rear inner U joint, 1998 500 sportsman


Hi Terry:
"Wobble" to me indicates something with a large mass not installed correctly.
The first thing I would do would be to check the wheels to make sure they were re-installed correctly. Seated flush to the flanges? Wheel nuts torqued?
A vibration would tend to indicate that the u-joint may not be centred in the restraining components.
You can always resort to putting it securely on Jack stands or a hoist and then running it SLOWLY in gear to see if you can determine the source of the problem. THIS CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS SO DO NOT EVEN TRY UNLESS YOU'RE TOTALLY SAFE.

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Rear wheel is wobbling


I wouldn't drive it because the wheel could come off if the bearings go out, and they might. Have it towed to a shop and have a mechanic look at it. This condition is DANGEROUS.

Mar 30, 2014 | 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Wobbly wheel


bent rim or wheel bearing loose.have checked , can be dangerous

Oct 17, 2013 | Buick Cars & Trucks

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Violent front end wobble on my 2007 dodge 2500 4x4


Dodge shaken syndrome 2007 mega cab 2500 ram most people call it the death wobble. One thing for sure is they have it half right however it is far from a wobble. In my opinion a wobble is something like a farmer pulling two hay wagons at ten miles per hour with a bad wheel bearing, but not so harmful at least you could see it coming. Now this shaken syndrome is way more serious. When you drive in stress waiting for it to happen again every crack, pot hole, and bridge overpass is a possibility. I can't run the speed limit I am afraid of our safety, although you can let someone behind you because when it happens you have to slam on your breaks so hard and almost come to a complete stop. The shaking is unbearable; you can really understand it, unless you experience it yourself. I never experienced anything like this in a vehicle in my entire life. The dealerships say it could be multiple things, but i have covered all of them options. In my opinion it is the scissor steering components that dodge calls the "y type". They must have thought that something was wrong because in 2008 they changed their steering to know what they call the "T type". I know what the right thing to would be to sell this truck and get a different one, but two things come to mind when i think of this. First, I wouldn't want anyone to get hurt anymore then myself, and secondly unfortunately I do not have the money to buy another truck. I waited my whole life to get a truck of this caliber and now i am so disappointed. Please for all the viewers if you have a truck that has the shaken syndrome, please help to get these parts recalled.

May 22, 2012 | 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab Laramie

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Back tire wobbles on 1995 windstar van


Hi,
Several causes for tire wobble.
Ply separation of the tire itself. Very likely.
Loose lug nuts.
Bent rim.
Really bad axle bearing.
Check it out till you find the cause This is dangerous.
Wayne

Feb 18, 2011 | Ford Windstar Cars & Trucks

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Front end wobble


I would take it to a mechanic immediately and have the front end checked as it can be extremely dangerous and life threatening if your front end goes out driving down the road.

Hope that helps, Stormi

Nov 15, 2010 | 2003 Chevrolet Impala

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Have 97 nissan quest went in dtch now have front end wobble


have it towed to a alignment center to check out the suspension. do not drive it if its that loose and wobbles. that is very dangerous

Sep 05, 2010 | 2005 Nissan Quest

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I have a tire that feels like it wobbles a little bit while driving. It needs a new tire rod I believe is what it's called. Do you know where I can find a cheap one at?


Get one made in the US or Canada. Mexican made or Tawainese parts are inferior and will not last very long. I have seen too many cheap parts come back in a few months shot and worn from premature wear

Jun 24, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Caravan

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