Question about 2000 Buick Park Avenue
The car shakes mostly between 55 and 70 mph. When I get closer to 75, it seems to go away. I had new tires put on two weeks which improved the shaking considerably, but it's still prevalent nonetheless. This isn't a type of shake that comes from a bad cord. The tires were balanced at the same time. Could wheel bearings and or axle half-shafts cause this? I was told that the bearings aren't in the greatest condition.
Bearings can definitely do this, even when they have no noticeable play. C/v joints generally show signs of failure when turning at low speeds. If boots are intact, likely they are OK.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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