If it is not a separated tire, which I feel it's not, because it happens to my '01 Avalon, as well as many other models/years. Immediately after tire replacement, then of course an alignment should then be done. Additionally, I recently received, Oct 2010, a recall notice regarding the replacement of the Steering Column Upper Bracket. Please check to see if your model is included in the recall, as it is very important to have the repairs made, to avoid a possible crash.
Could be out of balance Tire may be worn and need replacement Could be a bent wheel
Either your drums or rotors are out of round.
Sounds like you have a bad tire with belt damage.
Warped rotor,Tie rods, Wheel bearings (hub).
it cant do that because no one can stop a vibration only the earth could
Need some more details. Vibration all the time? Only certain speeds, only when you accelerate, vibration in the steering wheel, in the whole vehicle?
This depends on a few things: If your vibration is happening at high speeds, get your wheel balance/roundness checked if this is happening at all speeds, check your alignment/steering if this is happening when slowing down, chances are that you need new brakes
1996 c60 truck if you turn steering quickly at low speeds vehicle shacks acts like drive train until you stop
Your issues could be caused by numerous things associated with the front steering on your vehicle. It is best to have it inspected by a mechanic. A tire shop would be the cheapest and would be able to fix any problems.
Usually it's a wheel balance issue, but it can also be worn steering components, a bent wheel, a faulty tire or a bad CV joint.
It is according to when you feel the vibration. If you have a vibration at higher speeds, your driveshaft could be out of balance. At lower speeds, you may actually have a cracked engine mount. Take it to a shop before it tears something up.
A worn out power steering pump, or steering box.
on most vehicals that kind of shaking is caused by a worn out steering component. steering dampner or idler arm.
Switch the front wheels to the rear and try it; if the vibration has changed at all you have a tire/wheel problem. It is not uncommon for a shop to miss this problem. Most vibrations like yours ARE tire/whhel problems. sounds like u-joints
well... there are many different causes for vibrations. The most common cause for steering wheel vibration at high speed is poor wheel alignment.
== == Bad Tire or Tires.
Steering will "wobble" at higher speeds and sometimes when braking. General looseness in steering.
When a car wheel is out of balance it will cause the car to vibrate at certain speeds. You may (or may not) feel this in the steering wheel. Normally the vibration will not happen at all speeds. From a start as you go faster and faster it will begin at some speed and get worse and as you increase speed to some point, after wich as you go yet faster it will subside again. In my experience the vibration is worst somewhere between 40-60 MPH. If the vibration happens a low speeds it's not likely to be wheel balance. One way to determine if you have an out of balance tire is to let a friend drive behind and beside you. Tell him on your cell phone when the vibration becomes obvious. If the wheel is out of balance it will begin to bounce up and down rather than just roll smoothly on the ground.
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.
Steering is difficult at all speeds. just took it out for the season.
could be a blockage in your fuel lines.
First....can you feel the vibration in the steering wheel? Does the vibration continue to get worse as you increase speed? There can be many different answers. I would check all wheels for loose lug nuts or loose wheel. Next, check your tires for roundness. If a steel belt shifts in a tire, it will wobble. This usually happens if you hit a pothole or curb. See if someone can follow you and look to see if a wheel is wobbling. If you can feel the vibration in the steering wheel or the steering wheel actually wobbles in your hands,you will need to check all steering components for looseness and replace as neccessary. There is no hard or fast answer for this question. If the lugs are all tight on the wheels, check to make sure your tires are properly balanced...although I've never seen this cause a problem at only 10 MPH. If the vibration appears at higher speeds (40+) and the lugs are tight, the wheels are balanced, it may simply be time to get a front wheel alignment.
vibration in a tire at certain speeds usually means that wheel needs balancing.while wheel is off car being balanced have it checked for out of round or any bulges in side walls
The blower motor speed resister is burned out.
Bad tire, wheel, bearing, steering component,..............