were the plug wires replaced in the right order or did they get mixed up? were the new plugs properly gapped before being installed? if you didn't use new plug wires, maybe a broken plug wire? make sure the plug wires snapped onto the head of the plug securley what all was changed out when you had the tune up done?
It could be your rims are bent. Or it could be the rotors are warped
How does it hesitate? does it shake or seem as if it dont have a lot of power?
If a milkshake could shake milk, a milkshake would shake all the milk that a milkshake could shake.
Ink will be forced from the tip potentially causing quite a mess. If the cap is on, the cap could fill with ink potentially causing quite a mess.
Struts and alignment This typically happens when the the wheel alignment is off.
Perhaps your timing.
most likely one of your two coils are bad
It could be a bad motor mount or mounts. Motor mounts have rubber in them and go between the engine and the frame. Over time the rubber gets brittle and wears out, causing the engine to shake.
Wheel balance or drive shaft balance. Could be bearings also.
A big dog will shake because he feels that he wanted to. Or he could shake to get water off of him. He could shake because he was stretching.
It really depends on when it does it, if it does it at one speed, then it goes away at another, the tires need to be rebalanced. If it still does it, then the tires and rims are excessivly warped. hope this helps!
It is probably your brake rotors causing the wobble or shake. As they wear the surface becomes rough and less perfect causing the brakes to grab unevenly.
An_is a sudden release of energy in Earth's_,causing the ground to shake?
the tectonic plates shake under the earth causing earthquakes
Yes it could do that. It would be close to separating into two pieces.
Veronica could not seem to shake the feeling that was just under the surface her mind. This subconscious feeling was causing her to lose sleep constantly.
It is possible that the shaking in a Pontiac Montana at 45 MPH is the result of failing bearings or tie rod ends.
miss alignment of tires
Tectonic plates colide causing the earth to shake.
Not the steering wheel shake itself, however what is causing the steering wheel shake, can certainly be extremely dangerous and potentially cause you to lose control of the vehicle. **GET IT CHECKED OUT BEFORE THAT HAPPENS**
I am not sure about the exact situation but it may be "Turbulence" which is the result of the plane flying through an area of unstable air causing the aircraft to shake.
The tectonic plates shift causing them to collide and shake the ground.
Any number of things, from a marginal or wire to low compression in one cylinder, a vacuum leak or in some cases an injector problem. I don't know if your Grand Am has multi-port injection or throttle body injection, so I can't answer that one for you.
try having the wheels balanced. It could also be un-even wear in the tyres especially the front ones.
The Corolla could be shaking for many reasons. Start by checking the wheel bearings and brakes for wear. Then check the engine to see if it running rough, causing the shake.