Does the steering wheel shake worse when you step on the brakes? If braking does not cause the steering wheel shaking you probably just have an out of balance wheel, a bent rim or a faulty tire.
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.
bad front brakes.
Steering wheel and brake pedal.
if it shakes while your braking your front roters could be warped or if it shakes while your driving try balancing the tires at a tire shop.
Get your tires balanced and/or check the lug nuts.
If you're feeling a shaking/shuddering through the steering wheel when braking, this could mean you have warped rotors or uneven wear in your brake pads. Check them. It could also signify an unbalance in your tires. If you're feeling a change in the braking, like locking up or a skidding, this could mean something is wrong with your ABS (if your model has ABS).
You possibly have warped brake rotors on the front. Or Bad Wheel Bearings.
1. out of balance tire 2. Steering out of alignment 3. bad wheel bearings
Most likely warped brake discs
There could be a bad wheel bearing or worn front end components. Check the tie rod ends and ball joints for wear.
You may need a wheel alignment, or you may need bushings.
Tires need to be balanced and re-aligned
You need an alignment.
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.
you loose control of steering cause your steering wheel locks up
Your AC should have NOTHING to do with your barking system, as it is not tied into the vacuum of the engine. If your wheel shakes under braking, then you need to replace your rotors and pads.
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.