No,but tires out of balance will cause this. Have them balanced and rotated.
they are not balanced properly.
Normally this is caused by one or more of the tires out of balance. If the steering wheel is shaking then you know it is a front tire. Have all your tires rotated and balanced.
What make the steering wheel shake is the tires that need wheel balance.
Normally this is caused by a tire out of balance. It can also be caused by a defective tire. Have the tires inspected, balanced, and rotated.
Tires are out of balance. Have the tires balanced.
It could be your rims are bent. Or it could be the rotors are warped
Yes, a warped rotor or caliber that is grabbing can cause this especially when braking. The most common cause of steering wheel shake is a tire out of balance. Have your tires balanced and brake system inspected. A sticking caliper can cause a rotor to overheat and warp. Once that occurs, the warped rotor can definitely contribute to problems with steering vibration. But as the previous answer suggests, you should also check for problems with tire balance. Tires can also be faulty with what's called a "slipped belt" (referring to the belt INSIDE the tire, under the tread area), and a bent rim can also contribute to a shake in the steering. There is no single right answer, you'll need to have your vehicle examined by a qualified mechanic.
More than likely you have a tire out of balance. It is possible you have a bent wheel. Have your tires balanced, inspected, and rotated.
Then you may have a bent wheel, worn or loose wheel bearing, or steering or suspension parts worn. Have everything inspected.
You probably need to get your tires balanced. Or replaced. If the bias goes (steel belt breaks or shifts), the car will waddle at low speeds, and the steering wheel will shake at high speeds.
== == Bad Tire or Tires.
Normally this is caused by a tire out of balance. Have your tires rotated and balanced. Also have them inspect the tires and wheels.
out of round tires, needs balanced ,bad wheel bearings ,need more info; 65
Tires out of balance, Bad tie-rod ends. Steering stablelizer shock, Bent wheel, Belt broken in the tire. Bad idler arm. I would have the front tires balanced first.
Get your tires balanced and/or check the lug nuts.
needs front wheels balanced, tires inspected, front end parts inspected
Tires may need to be balanced.
It sounds like the tire or tires are improperly balanced. That is the most likely answer, though it could be other things, too.
Tires or wheels out of balance?
Tires and/or wheels out of balance?
balance your tires
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, defective tire, worn suspension or steering parts. Have the tires balanced, and all parts inspected.
Loose or worn steering parts, suspension worn, tires out of balance.
you didnt metion if they are universal lug pattern, if its not take the tires off and check the matting surface, sometimes small flakes of rust get between the rotor and the rim.