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Vibration in handle or front wheel on speed above 60

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Balance the tire and check spoke tension to make sue wheeel is true. that is if you have spokes and not mags.

to balance the tire they sell little plastic bbs, but smaller that a bb in diameter. You take out the schraider valve core so that you can put the extra tinny bb's down the schraider valve tube and then replace the valve core and put in the proper psi of air.
When the tire turns thw bb's will automatically roll to the light side of the tire by centrifigal force and balance the tire.available at or
called tire balancing beads

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Why does my steering wheel shake when accelerating over 60 mph sometimes but not always?

It's God telling you to slow down. 8)

No, really... you may have a bad tire (broken belts or not spinning straight & true) or you may have a tie rod end that's getting loose, or any number of worn suspension components, or a cracked boot and a bad CV joint, or quite a few other things.

Yep, sometimes a new tire is bad, too. Just like anything else.

Given that it happens only on acceleration above a certain speed (indicating that a heavy load is required to duplicate it), I suspect that the front suspension is flexing forward, causing an excess toe-in condition. Were the old tires badly worn on the outside (outboard, away from vehicle center) edge? With a distinct scallop or piecrust pattern?

SURELY this is being handled under warranty, right? That's a three-year-old vehicle.

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I get a vibration in my stearing wheel when i press on my breaks when going above 60mph.

From what you have described the disc rotors on the vehicle are distorted and could be fairly badly distorted if they have been subjected to excessive temperatures at any time.

This will translate into a pulsation in the brake pedal - especially noticeable when you brake at speeds above about 40mph. At 60 mph - as you found - you cannot miss it. At higher speeds you will also get some vibration through the steering wheel once you brake.

The disc rotors will need to be examined and removed from the car for machining or total replacement. They may be too worn or distorted for machining as the manufacturers specify a minimum safe disc rotor thickness. Disc rotors don't last the life of the car and replacing them is a fairly routine exercise and not usually expensive except on many European cars and on many prestige brands.
The brake pads should also be replaced at the same time unless replaced recently and have minimal wear. The operation of the brake calipers should also be checked.

If you had a wheel balance problem on the car (rectified with a decent re-balance of both front wheels) you would find a constant vibration through the steering wheel at a given speed usually above about 45mph. What you have complained of is vibration only upon braking plus a pulsation through the brake pedal whilst braking.
However if you are also noticing a constant vibration through the steering wheel at or above a given speed when cruising you need to have the front wheels re-balanced and the front suspension and steering checked for problems.
If you have uneven tyre wear you will also need to have the front wheels re-aligned. If a front wheel alignment was not done on the car in the last 12000 miles it will need a wheel alignment in any event.


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The handle vibrates while running at speed of about 60 kmph

If the vibration is an up down type(as apposed to a wobble of the bars) check the front tyre for out of round or have the front wheel balance checked. If it is a wobble check the steering head bearings arn't too loose. Also kheck that your engine mounting bolts arn't loose.
Hope this helps
regards Andrew Porrelli

Nov 30, 2009 | 2007 Bajaj Pulsar 180

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1990 Nissan Maxima V6 a/t: vibration above 60 mph

Start off with a tire rotation. That should solve the problem. If problem presist the next best thing to do is have your wheel bearings checked. In order to check your wheel bearings you need to lift the car from the front (suspending the the front wheels. With both hands grab the tire on both sides and move with back and forth motions. If you find much play then you need to change your bearings. These things will cause movement at high rates of speed

Gary, Grand Prairie Texas

Nov 24, 2009 | 1990 Nissan Maxima

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Front End shaking

Most likely with this problem is the front tires. The tires maybe " out of balance " or " out of round " causing the vibration at certain speeds.

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Handle bar vibration/shaking RVF400

Hi there!

I have the same problem but i finally had it fixed.
Your front rim is warped. Have it aligned. Balancing alone would not do the trick as this would only balance the wheel on its vertical axis. (assuming they were able to balance it properly)

Jack the front end up and turn the wheel.. Have a screwdriver or any thing that can serve as a guide with the rim, turn the wheel and if it touches the screw at some point of the turn , then the wheel is misaligned. A new stock rim would cost too much so have it aligned with a good machine shop.

To give you an idea of what im talking about:

There's also a chance that the fork fluids would cause this. Fluid levels should be equal. (less likely)

Hope this helps!
I'd appreciate a feedback!
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