you steering wheel starts shaking because you probably have warped roders your shaking will get worse at higher speeds and when pressing the brake
Many things can cause the steering wheel to shake when you are driving. However, the most common cause of steering wheel shaking is a bent wheel.
You have a warped brake rotor.
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Get your tires balanced and/or check the lug nuts.
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From my experience with this problem it isn't the steering wheel that is shaking but your U joints could be bad or something else under the car. Get it to a mechanic. Can't give a cost for this.
1. out of balance tire 2. Steering out of alignment 3. bad wheel bearings
a steering wheel srevice means that if you have power sterring in your car they fix it. they also fix ur aliignment
Tires need to be balanced and re-aligned
If your steering wheel is shaking you probabley messed you wheels or axel up
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, defective tire, or worn steering parts.
At highway speed, tire out of balance or bent wheel. When stopping, warped rotor.
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A shaking steering wheel means something is wrong. Can be a tire out of balance, bent wheel, or suspension problem. Whatever it is, the shaking it putting stress on other parts and can cause other things to wear out. It is especially hard on wheel bearings. have this diagnosed and repaired asap.
You need to see a mchanic BADLY!!!!
Most common cause is warped rotors.
It could, if the damage has caused a loose component or the alignment to be way off.if the sterring wheel is shaking while applying the brakes then most likey the brake roters need machining or replacing
That is typically a wheel balance problem.
The first and easiest thing to check would be have the front wheels checked for balance, if doesn't fix problem well need to have the ball joints, tie rods ends, steering linkage checked.
Tire Wear Shaking in the steering wheel. Pulling, won't travel straight. If they break, NO STEERING Boom
First, take the car for a wheel alignment. Then remove the horn pad, unbolt the steering wheel, turn the wheel around and bolt it back on.
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
take it to the dealer........
A bent, loose or unbalanced wheel. And, if there is no shaking in the steering wheel, then it is most likely from one, or both, of the rear wheels. Irregularity or bulge in a tyre also causes car shaking. I've has this problem once, and it was because the engine mounts needed to be replaced.