Bent wheels could be a cause.. Bent from curbs, or bent from tightening & loosening lug nuts improperly.(rare) OR you should have the suspension checked out thoroughly. Most cars are riding on rubber components that have a tend. to wear out. Bushings, Bearings, Axles, shocks you have to check them all.
in the power steering resevoir,above the power steering pump..
On firewall, above the steering column On firewall, above the steering column
yes they would. you my be able to reduce the problem by having the wheels computer balanced. you may be able to have the wheels straightend or replaced
part of the car that is above the steering wheel
........above the steering wheel?
It may be as simple as wheel balance but you should have the front end inspected for worn or loose parts such as tie rods, ball jionts, wheel bearings, steering box etc.
At low speeds; no. At high speeds; yes. For many vehicles that transition begins at about 33 mph, and becomes significant at speeds above 60 mph.
speeds lower than the speed of sound is known as the subsonic speed. speeds greater than the speed of sound is supersonic (mach 1) and speeds that are many times above the speed of sound (above mach 0) are known as hypersonic sounds.
The power steering pump belt is located on the drivers side of the car. It runs parralell to the alternator / a/c belt, right above it. There is a pulley just above your alternator, the belt on this pulley is your power steering pump belt.
It is best to use overdrive at speeds above 55 miles per hour. Overdrive maximizes your fuel mileage at high speeds.
Answer A travel with a speed which is more then the speed of sound. Answer In aerodynamics, hypersonic speeds are speeds that are highly supersonic. The term has generally been assumed to refer to speeds of Mach 5 (5 times the speed of sound) and above.
It is possible the power steering fluid is low,or the belt is loose.
its above the steering column inside the dash.
That is a great question. I have no idea.
under the steering column above the brake pedal
right above the steering wheal
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?
nearside bulkhead under bonnet just above steering rack, it should be an electric pump powering the fluid resrvoir
The Mitsubishi power steering dipstick in most trucks is located to the left of the engine. There is no color to let you know that's what it is. It is about 3 inches above the container which holds the power steering fluid.
Sits behind the transmission above the steering rack.
Below the steering wheel and above the pedals
its on the steering column just above the firewall
conventional jet engines (using a compressor) will operate at speeds up to slightly less than Mach 1using an afterburner a conventional jet engine can operate at speeds slightly above Mach 3ramjet engines will operate at speeds up to about Mach 5scramjet engines can operate at speeds well above Mach 6However the maximum speed of of an actual airplane is usually less than the capability of the engines it uses.