I don't know, but mine does it too...kinda scary sometimes! I would check the tire pressure first if that is with in spec's then i would have the alignment check as well as the susspension I have this problem too. It seems to me that it happens more often when it is windy. I've had my Vitara blown across lanes on often on windy days.
They "reset" while driving at highway speeds.They "reset" while driving at highway speeds.
Possably the struts!!!!
At highway speeds, YES!
if is model with computers etc,most probable cause is the cam positioning sensor
Have you checked to see if the elect. fan comes on ?
Most likely its your tires. Could just need balanced. Or you might have uneven wear making it shimmy.
a suzuki rm can achieve speeds up two 70 - 80 miles and hour
I have heard that you can swap the c90 differential into the C50. They say it helps lower the RPM at highway speeds. I am sure however that you would loose some low end torque if you do this. But it would help with fuel mileage on long trips.
The Suzuki Raider 150 bike is very popular in South East Asia. The Suzuki Raider can reach speeds in excess of 140 kph.
A US highway is an all access highway, like a main road; it includes businesses, houses, and direct intersections. Top speeds on the average US highway are 55 mph. An interstate highway is a limited access highway that is meant for commute. It includes no property entrances, and interchanges at high speed. Speeds range from 65 to 75 mph (about 90 to 105 km/h).
If by this you mean only "hot heat" when drive at highway speeds likely thermostat bad and/or almost stuck and takes long time warm up from high engine RPM during highway driving.
Warrego Highway is open as of 14/1/11 from Toowoomba to Dinmore with reduced speeds on many sections.
I don't use mine until I reach highway speeds.
drive shaft carrier bearing needs to be replaced
running out of gas??
The distance behind the car you are following
It will take about about 1.5 hours at highway speeds.
About an hour at highway speeds.
when air is pushed forward, is has less pressure to the sides then in front, causing a vacuum on either side. when the truck speeds by, it causes this affect on a descent sized scale, large enough to pull your car.
Yes, if you had to make a sudden move at highway speeds you may lose control.
Yes, it helps when driving at highway speeds.
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