A bent hub flange or axle flange can cause this. This can also happen if a wheel rim fits poorly to the brake rotor/drum due to being an incorrect rim for the vehicle or buildup of rust on hub/axle/brake rotor/ brake drum/ wheel rim. Missing centering adapters or incorrect lug nut seating can also cause an off center or out-of plane wheel rim mounting on the vehicle.
Damaged or unbalanced drive axles, driveshafts, and related bearings can cause such vibrations.
Loose wheel bearings can cause these vibrations also.
NEVER let anyone tell you that your shocks can do this. You can take your shocks off and it will NOT cause a shake. It sounds like you might have a bad tie rod end. , Ray
For a possible simpler fix, try having your tires balanced, rotated, and aligned. This can work wonders. Even a simple balancing may do the trick.
could be a bad u joint
If there is a build up of mud or ice frozen on the rim. Steering dampner or u-joint IF you have either, something embedded into the tire such as tar, loose chassis parts such as tie rod ends as mentioned, play in a rack, loose rack mounts, out of balance wheel. NOT alignment.
I had the same problem a few months ago. It turned out to be a split in one of my rear tyres; quite a large split in fact, the tread had badly come away from the main tyre. It was (apparently) most likely caused by salt/grit on the roads building up in my tread then swelling in wet weather. My mechanic automatically went to rebalance my wheels when I reported it but then found the tear, he was surprised that it was causing such a violent shudder and even more surprised that it hadn't burst!
Could be tires out of balance. Or a bad tire.
If they are warped they can cause shaking when braking.
You bet it can. A bent or out of balance drive shaft will cause serious shaking. A defective U-Joint will also cause it to shake and is very dangerous.
This question has been recategorized under "Car Shaking Problems." Vibrations at some speeds and not others could be caused by something as simple as a wheel not being balanced properly, or it could be caused by something more serious. Start by having your wheels balanced. Check other answers in the above category too.
If it only occurs during braking, then you have a rotor or drum issue. Most times it is a warped or scarred surface on the rotor or drum. You may be able to get it resurfaced for a fraction of the cost of replacement.
Violent shaking from an earthquake can cause soil and rock on slopes to fail and cause a landslide
Low iron does not cause shaking. It tends to cause dizziness, headaches, and shortness of breath. Shaking could be due to low blood sugar or other health problems that should be discussed with a doctor.
The most likely cause is one or more warped brake rotors, other causes can come from bad brake pads if the shaking is at very low speeds.
Not only is severely shaking a baby illegal, it can kill the baby. It also may cause some serious head injuries or bone injuries. Since the baby is still developing everything is still fragile.
Low pressure in the tires can cause shaking, the alignment can cause shaking also.
Earmites or grass seeds in the ears could cause this
Shaking chills may be caused from a fever. Also, extreme cold weather exposure can cause shaking chills for a person.
Violent shaking can cause certain soils to flow. The shaking results from a nearby earthquake.
Could be several causes. Out of balance tire, or tires - Broken engine mount - Broken transmission mount, would be my first guesses.
An earthquakes danger is caused by the ground shaking. The ground shaking can cause buildings to collapse, gas lines to break, and Tsunami's.
Besides the usual twisting of ankles, legs, wrists, necks, etc. that are associated with most sports; the physical body contact (impacts) of heavy bodies conducted at relatively high speeds (running speeds) can cause the majority of injuries.
No but could be associated with diseases that cause tremorsAdditional answer:Some of the medications that treat rheumatoid arthritis or other types of auto-immune disorders, may cause shaking hands or even cause neurological problems. If someone has arthritis and their hands are shaking, they should talk to their doctor.
You can kill a beta fish by shaking it because you an cause physical injuries that can be fatal. The fish can also become stressed which can also cause death.
posssibly but it wouldnt unless somethings wrongAnother AnswerNot likely. More probably it's one or more of your wheels need balancing. If someone tagged a curb with some force, this can cause one of your wheels to be bent and out of balance. Any rotating part on your car can cause shaking if it is damaged or unbalanced. The more mass the item has or the more out of balance it is, the more pronounced the shaking will be. Also the speed of the shaking will coincide with the speed of the item out of balance. If more than one item is out of balance and they rotate at different speeds, the shaking will vary from none to maximum then back through none as they create harmonics in your car.
it causes land slides
Yes. A shaking of the earth is call an earthquake. In some cases earthquakes can be absolutely devastating.
Of course not. You could cause serious injury, infection or death.Of course not. You could cause serious injury, infection or death.Of course not. You could cause serious injury, infection or death.Of course not. You could cause serious injury, infection or death.