Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
Could be as simple as an out of balance wheel/tire, this is the most likely if it's only noticeable above a certain speed, it is worth checking that the lug nuts are tight (70-80 ft/lb for alloy and 100 ft/lb for steel wheels) also, try shaking the wheel side to side (hands on top and push/pull fairly hard) if you can hear any clunking noises or notice movement beyond the little shaking the rest of the car does, there's an issue that it needs to be taken in for and is a safety hazard.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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