That is typically a wheel balance problem.
More than likely your tires are out of balance. Have your tires rotated and balanced. Make sure they check for a bent wheel.
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.
You most likely need to tires for the front of your car. You should replace your tires as soon as possible.
Warped rotors is the most likely cause. Seek professional help.
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If Your steering has gotten difficult it is likely that you need to add power steering fluid. If that is not it then your power steering pump might be going out.
Most likely you have warped rotors. If the rotors are warped, when you apply the brakes, the brake pads/caliper will be forced to follow the rotor and the vibriation will transmit via the steering wheel and brake pedal.AnsweIf the rotors are warped you will feel a pulsation or a bumping in the pedal when you step on it. It may also be a loose brake caliper. If you are getting a bad shaking I would definitely check the suspension components and the steering linkage for problems.
most likely its your tune up or it might not getting enaugh fuel, might be running lean or one or more cylinders are not working the way it suppose to work
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If its shaking side to side could be a tire out of balance or maybe a mechanical issue (wheel bearing, alignment, etc). Probably not a safety issue, but it can wear the tires out prematurely which can be expensive. Warped brake rotors are the most likely cause if the steering wheel only shakes when applying the brakes.
Your power steering pump is likely defective.
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Likely either the motor or the rack&pinion is shot.
Most likely it would be very close to the steering pump.
I would suspect either a loose wheel, or worn suspension or steering parts. This is very dangerous. Have the steering & suspension inspected.AnswerI have a 1997 dodge 3/4 ton, my pickup was shaking real bad when I would hit a bump so I replaced the "steering shock" I do not know if that is what it is called but it is the shock on the front of the vehicle. Replace it and that should fix the problem. AnswerThis is a very common problem on 2nd generation 4x4s, Don't use a stock steering shock get a heavy duty after market one. Another good fix is a Luke's Link, check the link at the side for more information it has great diagrams and instructions to fix the track bar. Get a Bilstein Steering Shock. The problem will most likely go away. I've had 2 RRC's and I did this fix myself on both cars.
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The most likely is, it is very dangerous. A shaking steering wheel signifies some very awry some where in the steering system. Likely denizens of havoc in this senario could be, worn out shocks or struts, tires out of line, balance or ever tire belts coming loose, very worn joints from the pitman arm, tie rod ends and idler arm. Inspect the underneath front section of the vehicle where all of the above is located. Be sure vehicle is in park, emergency brake own. Crank vehicle. While you get an underneath view of the steering system, have some one slowly turn the steering wheel, try moving the various rod connections(bushings) by hand.Do this latter with the vehicle off. If any part can be moved by hand it is likely worn. This also indicates the wheels are out of alignment. Check the tires by pulling the top and then the bottom to see if there is any give. If the tire can be wiggled the a fault will also be found with the bearings and bushings on the axle and should be tightened or replaced. On an older vehicle likely a combination of factors or involved such as some loosness and weAR in the steering rods and shocks or struts worn out. Vehicle not safe to drive until problem cured.
most likely blown seals or seized valves in the steering rack.
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many reasons...if a vehicle with power steering most likely a leak has resulted in low power steering fluid, or a loose or missing drive belt to the power steering unit.
There could be a problem in the steering linkage but most likely, the power steering pump is bad or low in fluid
the most common cause of a shaking steering wheel is improper tire balancing.wheel bearings also cause this problem.to check your bearings,jack up the front end until tires are off the ground.support with jack stands.place your fingertips in the middle tread of tire,and thumbs on sidewall.attempt to move tire side to side,then up and down.if there is excessive play in tires(in both directions),most likely a wheel bearing.if there is no play,it costs roughly $5 a tire to balance at a tire shop.