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Front end shakes 60 mph - 2008 Hyundai Elantra

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Most likely with this problem is the front tires. The tires maybe " out of balance " or " out of round " causing the vibration at certain speeds.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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My 1989 Chevey Celebrity started shaking the other day the front part of the car, not like the front end is messed up but it shakes.


Could be a wheel, tire, or axle shaft.
You could rotate the tires front to back and see if the vibration moves.
If it does the problem is one of the tires or wheels.
If it stays in the front, its probably one of the axle shafts. It could also be a hub bearing or something loose in the suspension. But a loose suspension part would normally show up when you hit a bump rather than on a smooth road.

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My steering wheel starts shaking between 50 and 60 mph.


its a fairly newer car but jack it up and check for loose front end parts the steel wheels bend very easy either rotate the tires or have them balanced or both

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I have an 05 Vibe. The front end shakes when I get up to about 60 mph. I've had the alignment checked. Recently got new rotors - helped for a while but now its back. Any ideas?


Are telling us, you spent perfectly good money, any number
of times & a professional can not even get close to that problem?

If it only happens around 60, that is something to go by

Has the entire front end been checked over & the vehicle
road tested, with you driving & the mechanic riding?
NO --- Why Not?

You were sold an alignment because you asked for one

That wasn't why you were there!

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When I get up to 60 mph I have a shaking in my front end . I think my tires my have to be balenced but what else can couse this problem


Yes you are right, at the same time have your shocks checked and while they are balancing the tyres make sure the rims are not buckled/damaged

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Front End shaking


Most likely with this problem is the front tires. The tires maybe " out of balance " or " out of round " causing the vibration at certain speeds.

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At 60 mph, front-end shimmy/shake


There are a lot of things that can cause it to shimmey, and there is not enought room here to explane it all. My advise to you is to take it to a frontend alinement shop and have it chk. out, could be serious.

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