Question about 2004 Nissan Quest
I have a 04 Nissan quest, my wife recently hit a curb right after having the tires rotated and balanced, it started to shake after that going anywhere from 40-90 mph, i took it in had the tires re-balanced, it slowed down the problem, its not as bad now, however its still there. there is a shake in the van, if you let go of the steering wheel you can see it move back and forth quickly, (not a bad bad shake or anything) just enough you know its there when it shouldn't have been. Could this have knocked the alignment out of whack and it would cause it to shake? does alignment do that, i just figured alignment is what made the car steer to the left or right when you let go of the car. Any help would be nice. thanks.
Put on the spare tire and see if that helps. If it does, go to the tire store and use your hazard coverage for them to check your rim for being bent or your tire from having a bruised belt. The rim is your responsibility, the tire is the tire stores. An 04 should have spare rims in Salvage yards. You can go online for those if need be.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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