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AT 80klm/hr get severe vibration on steering that feels like wheel alignment is out. Had it reset but still problem. wheels balanced. still got the same problem. Can anyone tell me what it can be causing this???
If the wheel alignment has been done correctly and the front end suspension has been check out including steering rod ends then the only other item spinning that may cause a problem will be warped disc rotors and brake calipres stiff on the mount pins. I would have a brake shop check the rotors for true and the sliding operation of the calipers.
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it depends how bad its vibrating yes it does req rebalancing the longer you leave this more components will wear to like track rod ends,uneven tyre wear caused by tracking issues if money is tight at the moment you could try swapping front wheels with rear if you have two trolley jacks & tyres have decent tread hope that sheds some light onto situation.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
I used to work for honda and found this issue only once. After checking the driveshaft, differential, and tires, i found that the drive axles were the problem with vibration in the steering or upon acceleration.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Yes, and it probably is your wheel bearing. Hearing a sound like a chain dragging is classic. You may also hear a clicking noise or chain dragging noise when turning to the left or right.
Look under the car and see if the rubber boots that surround the axle near the tires are cracked and leaking grease. If so, it is almost a certainty that the bearings are bad as you have lost grease and thus lubrication to the bearings.
Posted on May 28, 2009
If you have vibration in your steering wheel, I would have your CV joints checked out or it might be your front wheel bearings. The vibration coming from those two problems would get a little more intense as your speed increases. Are your tires in good shape? Did it vibrate before you got your brakes done?
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
I have 2005 mazda tribut 98000km and drive **** vibrate from transmicion to rear
rear weels transfer case what can be the problens
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
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