Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
It doesn't do it all the time but occasionally
Just like mine.
miles on car are>?
lug nuts loose?
tire bal. weights, weights fell off?
or at last flat the tire was not rebalanced, at repair.?
low tire pressure, 35psi is correct.?
tires worn funny (look , )?
tires have bulging, great danger, awaits.?
tire is De-laminating, never buy any Firestone ever.?
why not get car checked as most folks would have check above already.
Tire gel in tire (some one put in slime buckets no leak juice)
ask your tire man.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds a lot like a wheel balance problem, Does vibration go away over 55? In checking driveshaft joints...If you looked at them with the vehicle in park with the wheels on the ground, the shaft is "loaded" and cannot be correctly checked. To do this properly, vehicle should be in neutral with both rear wheels off the ground. Sometimes a joint can appear to be tight but still be bad. Check for traces of powdered rust around the rubber boots right where the end caps meet the cross on the inside. Any rust there indicates lack of grease and the likelyhood that the joint is frozen.
Check both balance and joints. Good luck.
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Posted on Mar 27, 2009
check your tie rad and rack and pinion they need to be change either one of them is loose to much you need to change them also check the allignment of the wheel maybe they are not equally proportion...
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
SOURCE: When my 2005 Infiniti G35x
One of the front wheels isn't balanced correctly and its vibrations cause a resonance in the suspension at that speeds.
You might also have a look at the shocks - if you have fitted new tires their hardness and misbalance might bring out the weaknesses in the shocks : these vibrations might be the first sign the shocks have aged and
will soon have to be replaced.
You just need to have all the wheels balanced and the bushings of the suspension inspected at a tyre shop - a 30 minute/$50 simple job.
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
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