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Car shakes when taking off....dashboard issues despite being replaced generally feels wobbly to drive and revs low so that it feels like it is going to stall when idling

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Try the changing the dizzy if it stalls thast why

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When driving around at any speed on highway my car feels like gliding It feels like I'm going to lose control and sometimes when I brake coming down hill the front end shakes violently. then will stop


This is an indication of a strut issue. The shocks dampen the spring in the strut assembly. IF you have loose fastening components or bushings or a bad shock in the strut you can get a violent shudder when you apply brakes on a down hill direction.

Sep 21, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Car shaking when at lights or stopped


It is most likely to be a timing issue. Too far advanced will cause heavy vibration and lower than normal revs at tickover.

Mar 06, 2014 | Volkswagen Cars & Trucks

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At low speed have a wobbly feeling


Generally, low-speed wobbles are caused by defective tires.
Look at your tires' tread and run your hand over each tire. If you can see (or feel) the tread shift away from the normal pattern, it's likely the tire has a broken belt (most tires have a steel radial belt the wraps around the tire, which is buried underneath the tread) - occasionally they can separate from the tire, causing a terrible wobble-ley feeling. (Ever seen those strips of tread on the highway? that is the result of not having the problem fixed when first noticed).
It could also be other problems such as a loose front-end, the tire being out-of-balance, or your car wheels not being aligned properly.
If you're not comfortable checking yourself, I suggest having a mechanic or automotive technician take a look.

Jul 25, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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2001 ford focus rear driver side tire wobbles by hand , what could cause it ?


I can not imagine anyone using any vehicle with a wheel
noticeably leaning in or out

You actually, not only drive that way at low speeds, but at
higher speeds -enough said- makes no sense you would risk
your car & your life doing so

Obviously you paid a shop in a sincere effort to resolve some
issues

Here the thing

You can see & feel the wobble by hand,so both you
& any repair shop can see the problem !!

What sort of shop do you use, that gives you a vehicle
back in that condition & why are you here for us to guess
at something, when you should asking the place that took
your money, what's going on, or maybe check with a lawyer

Mar 28, 2013 | 2001 Ford Focus

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Shaking issue when accelerating- 2004 dodge dakota have replaced transmission mount, flushed transmission, and replaced sway bar


Check your universal joints, as well as your wheel bearings and play in your front wheels. If your pitman arm, idler arm, or tie rods are worn the initial acceleration will cause a shaking feeling because the tires are wobbling.

The Universal joints are a big problem as well, and you should check them before its too late. If one breaks you can damage your drive shaft when it hits the road.....Let me know what you find.

Mar 07, 2011 | 2004 Dodge Dakota

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Wobbling/vibration coming from back, steering wheel doesn't shake. I feel it in the seat. Got new tires and I still feel it. Had drive shaft checked, and mechanic said it was ok. Axle seals were leaking,...


Did the mechanic remove the rear driveshaft to check for a binding U-joint or just check for loose u-joints without removing the shaft. You need to remove the shaft to do a good check of the joints

Jul 13, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Silverado

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Steering wheel wobbles at 100/ks/hr despite balancing and rotating tyres


BRAKE ROTORS WITH HIGH AND LOW SPOTS WILL CAUSE STEERING WHEEL SHAKES ALSO.LOOSE WORN WHEEL BEARINGS - WORN TIE ROD ENDS - WORN LOWER BALL JOINTS.

May 17, 2010 | 2005 Nissan Altima

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Our 89 Jeep cherokee took a shot in the passenger front tire in an accident. Now at certain speeds the front end begins to shake drastically.


First thing to check is air pressure,
Second is to have that wheel put on a spin balance machine to see if the tire's steel bend shifted,or the wheel got bent,or a weight came off.
If all those check out,Then check the steering for any loose parts,
The last is check the front alignment.

Nov 17, 2009 | 1989 Jeep Cherokee

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2001 jeepgrand cherokee wobbles and shakes @low speed


could be a bd axle or ball joints wheel bearings are also a concideration

Aug 02, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Wobble/vibrition when braking


have someone take a look at the wheel bearings and tyrod ends, i know these will cause that, you may need these parts or you may be just lucky and a need a wheel balance and alignment, any general repair garage can take care of these problems

Jul 07, 2009 | 2000 Volvo V70

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