Sometimes the tire really is coming off. Sometimes the belts are coming out of the tire. Such is life. Don't worry: eventually something will come apart and you'll be able to easily determine what caused the problem.AnswerYou might want to the lug nuts to see if they are tight and that all of them are there.
If car is mechanically sound, you have a separated tire, no doubt. Put some good gloves on and run your hands around the tires. You will feel the hump on the tread. If you don't feel it on the first go, drive the car ahead one half tire revolution, and try again. Humps like to hide on the first try, sometimes.
have the tyre checked for balance
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, defect in tire, or suspension parts worn.
sounds like a flat spotted tire or a heavily cupped tire. runs hands around tire and check for weird wear on surface of tire. almost need more info as well.
Tire out of balance, tire defect, bent wheel, defective wheel bearing, loose lug nuts, or worn suspension or steering parts.
Normally this is caused by a tire out of balance or a bent wheel.
Bad tire, bent rim, warped rotors.....
Check tire balance or wheel bearings in front axle
Normally a bent wheel or tire out of balance.
The ball joint may be worn Several other causes; overinflated tire, out of balance tire, damaged tire belt, grabbing brake pad, warped brake rotor.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, defective tire, worn suspension or steering parts. Have the tires balanced, and all parts inspected.
Tires out of balance, bent wheel, or defective tire.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, defect in tire, loose wheel bearing, worn suspension parts are common causes. Have the tires removed inspected and balanced. Have all other parts inspected.
Tire our of balance or bent wheel. Have your tires rotated and balanced. Can also be other things but start with the most obvious.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, drive shaft bent, loose or worn steering parts.
Tire out of balance, wheel bent, or there is a defect in the tire. A bad shock will also cause the tire to bounce.
You may need to check your brakes or the rollers on your brakes
Most normally tire balance, poor tire condition, and the u joints should be checked as well. I'm positive it's one of the three.
Possible causes for a shake include a bad tire, bent rim, loose lug nuts, or an out of balance tire and wheel.
Tire our of balance or bent wheel. Have your tires rotated and balanced.
No. Low tire pressure causes poor handling and poor tire wear.
Yes, either can cause a shake while driving.
Radial tire may have separated. Take off front tires and look at thread to be sure it does not have a wavy pattern to it. If does, have to replace the tire or tires. If shake when put on brake, rotors are probally out of round and need to be turned. If worn to thin will have to replace rotors.
a bad bearing will cause it to shake, also a rotar or shocks will do the same.
More than likely tire issues. As simple as tire balance if not possibly a tire going south on you. Tell me more. Does it do it just at 40 or at higher or lower speeds as well, and where do you feel it, steering wheel, seat....and can you do anything to make it more pronounced?
If it varies with driving speed, look for an out-of-round tire. If it vibrates only when braking, you probably have a warped brake rotor.