Question about Suzuki Cars & Trucks
Get it serviced?
2 problems ,
first slow down, in older cars. Huh? tempting fate?
get the wheel bearings check first.
car must be 100% road worthy to go fast. (to learn ask)
id not drive it. not me.
not until many checks for safety done.
do you need list.?
go to any brake , tire or suspension shop and ask them to diagnose this. what if a wheel bearings is seizing slowing car.
is the steering pulling, if yes, stop driving it. and for sure 80!
or better any ASE Auto repair shop (pros) they will check it all.
and then you will be safe, and us behind you too.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 96 Dodge Ram 1500
The problem is your intermediate steering shaft. It runs from the bottom of your steering column to the steering gearbox. While you are in the shop, though, now may be a good time to replace both the steering gear box and pump as a precautionary maintenance measure. It truly isn't necessary if you aren't having issues, but sometimes replacing one old part will open up the blinds to see another worn out part that needs replaced. It's cheaper to have the mechanic replace them while they have everything apart, than to have them take it apart on 3 separate occasions.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SOURCE: Shake in steering wheel
I believe you need your disk brake rotors turned to be true again or have them replaced. Whe you use your brakes a lot and kit puddles of cold water then it will warp the rotors which will cause the violent shaking. You may not feel it in the brake pedal even if it is warped rotors. If you don't think you have warped rotors then you should be very careful driving it because it will probably be in the steering sector arm or the idler arm on the steering shaft.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
take it to a suzuki dealer, they just need to replace a piece of spring controlling the steering pressure.. if ur xl7 is 36k miles under,, should be free under warranty.. had the same problem with mine
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
Everyone always gravitates to the suspension but folks, it's 99% sure that it is the EVO. The EVO is the sensor built into the steering column that senses movement of the steering wheel then controls the power steering pump accordingly. When it goes out (which is all too frequently) you get sloppy and loose steering at lower speeds and it does tighten up a bit on the highway at higher speeds. This is the way it is supposed to work but when it fails it's downright scary trying to keep the truck straight on a narrow two lane road!
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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