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Shaking all the time,really get`s noticable about 50 mph

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  • j_doja Sep 27, 2008

    Have a 2004 cadillac deville dhs. With stock rims 6 months after purchas steering wheel began shaking at 45mph to 75mph. Gets better towards 70mph. Dealer does not know what it is. I have gotten the wheels balanced and all that. Did you figure out what to do to fix your issue?



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Hey there if you have bad shaking when your traveling you might need a wheel balance or a wheel alighnment thats the most cause

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