I dont know but i once hade a similar problem and it turned out the car needed a wheel alignment
you steering wheel starts shaking because you probably have warped roders your shaking will get worse at higher speeds and when pressing the brake
Time to start a class action lawsuit
sounds like warped or worn rotors to me
The ground starts shaking.
The steering gear box, probably. If it's power steering, it may be coming from the pump itself. This answer could be one of many things, if the grinding only happens while you are driving. Check to make sure your power steering fluid is full. Mine has a leak and every couple weeks it starts to grind when I turn right.
What is wrong when your toenail starts turning green?
This problemsounds like the tires might need to be rotated and balanced. the car might need to be aligned if the car pulls to the right when you are driving straight.
have brakes check
it mean i is scare
when the earth starts shaking.
You feel something shaking.
The ground starts shaking lol
he does not like it or he is scared
you'll know when a volcano is erupting when. it starts shaking or when is starts getting hot
In the direction you want the front of the vehicle to go.
Turn the steering wheel in the direction you want to vehicle to go.
you have to keep shaking it until it starts to beep ^.^ its frustrating
he starts shaking his leg and he cant stop
your problem is yu have a broken motor mount that will make the car shake when you start it and step on it
If the car starts shaking in second gear the motor mounts are probably going bad. Lift the hood of the vehicle and inspect the rubber inserts. If they are cracked and brittle they will need replacement.
The sign is if the ground starts moving or shaking or if it starts putting out smoke or gas.
car starts but shut off while driving
While you are driving and there is no traffic, let go of your steering wheel for a few seconds. If the car starts to move to the right or the left then it will need to be aligned.
How's your wheel alignment and the condition of your brake rotors/drums?