Question about 1997 Hyundai Accent
Well there are many causes of this.. I will explain a few for you.. The 2 most primary cause are 1 a broken engine mount.. This is a rubber that attaches the engine to the cars body.. If it breaks.. The engine vibrates the body and you feet this on the steering.. The second is a wraped tyre or rim.. But check your engine mounts and have them replaced .. Its a bit too difficult to do on your own and you need torquing tools which a normal person won't have.. To check pop hood start vehicle and press accleratior engine will rise and fall,, put in drive ,, put in reverse.. And engine will move .. Once this happens mounts are broken...
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
I've seen this happen many times when the front brake rotors become warped. The manufacturers make them very thin to eliminate weight on the cars, but can facilitate premature warping. Have them checked out by your mechanic or local tire / brake shop.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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