not really, have the tires balanced...when they have the wheels off to balance the tires, then have the guy....ok maybe a girl...look around your front end for any obvious problems, like a bad CV boot/joint!!:) and read a good book.. everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional manual available...in the reference section, you'll have to make copies of the important sections...good luck :) Normally no, CV joint problems usually become apparent when cornering mostly very tightly, there can be a rattling or clunky noise. The problem you describe is more likely localised to the wheel or tyre, e.g unbalanced wheel/tyre, a buckle or dent in a wheel rim, a bulge in a tyre, tyre under-inflated. I hope this helps technoparaphernalia@Yahoo.co.uk a bad inner joint has been known to cause a vibration.
A certain speeds, your steering wheel starts to shake.
These vibrations change speeds and directions when they go into different layers of the Earth.
A worn out power steering pump, or steering box.
Usually it's a wheel balance issue, but it can also be worn steering components, a bent wheel, a faulty tire or a bad CV joint.
where is it shaking in the steering wheel or in the seat? shaking at certain speeds can be caused by a busted belt in a tire
It is possible you need to have the front wheels balanced. Unbalanced wheels will cause vibrations at certain speeds.
Could be a minor out of balance condition with one of the tires, or a minor alignment issue that is unnoticeable at lower speeds. Also the tires may not be rated for the speeds you are attempting and are distorting. Another possibility is a harmonic imbalance, the tread of the tires may create a noise that causes a wobble in the steering, the sound is always there but raises to a harmful pitch at a certain speed.
Tires need balancing?
It's possible, but unlikely. However it will shake violently at certain speeds and may damage steering gear and tie rods.
well... there are many different causes for vibrations. The most common cause for steering wheel vibration at high speed is poor wheel alignment.
== == Bad Tire or Tires.
These are only two of many possible causes.
I had a similar problem once and it had something to do with my brakes, I'd get them checked if i were you
Steering will "wobble" at higher speeds and sometimes when braking. General looseness in steering.
You probably need to get your tires balanced. Or replaced. If the bias goes (steel belt breaks or shifts), the car will waddle at low speeds, and the steering wheel will shake at high speeds.
Bad tires and bad alignment can cause the car to shake at certain speeds.
either the fan switch is faulty, or the fan itself is faulty. most likely to be the switch
How would you know if your power steering pump was bad on a 1992 Lexus ls 400?Any of the following symptoms can indicate a faulty power steering pump:Lack of steering assist (i.e. steering wheel difficult to turn, especially at low speeds)A whining sound that becomes higher in pitch as engine speed (not vehicle speed) increasesA thin, oily fluid leaking from the engine compartment onto the ground below, accompanied by a drop in the power steering fluid reservoir level
Steering is difficult at all speeds. just took it out for the season.
Need some more details. Vibration all the time? Only certain speeds, only when you accelerate, vibration in the steering wheel, in the whole vehicle?
could be a blockage in your fuel lines.
Bad tire, wheel, bearing, steering component,..............
Either your drums or rotors are out of round.
Low on power steering fluid ... check it, and all your engine fluid levels, at least once a week.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, drive shaft bent, loose or worn steering parts.