Question about 1992 Buick Century
Most low speed front end /steering shaking is caused by a broken internal belt in one tire. Out of balance condition usually shows up at 45 to 60mph. Belt condition can be checked by jacking up the wheels and simply turning the tires while sighting along the side at a stationary object. if you see the tire vary in straightness, or if you see any bulges in the sidewall or tread, replace the tire. If you keep a tire on the car with that condition you are asking for a blowout.
If you see steel protruding from the tread area or the tire is bald on one side of the tread, it's too late for rotation....you need new tires and an alignment!!
Posted on May 27, 2010
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