Sounds like the idle is set too low. That steering wheel shake is probably from the engine on the verge of quitting because it's idling too slowly with the air on and the car in gear. There might also be a 'fast idle' solenoid associated with air con that is not being activated when the air con is turned on.
Turning the air off and trying both drive and reverse will confirm, at least to some extent, that the idle is only too slow when the aircon is on, that is if the jerking steering wheel behavior doesn't occur.
Then it's down to a simple idle adjustment, or at worst a look at a fast idle solenoid that may need replacing. With or without the solenoid, adjusting the idle a little faster should make this go away.
There are several causes of this but the most common we call a head shake. This is when the tires shake side to side, the cure is to insure the steering is tight and you add one or two hydraulic steering dampers.
tune-up time...read up on basic idle diagnosis in the manual.. everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the REFERENCE section...make copies of the right sections...good luck :)
Worn steering and/or suspension components. Don't drive that fast until you can have the problem repaired, and try to NOT drive very far.
No it is not common for dogs with beagle in them to shake violently. Some reason why dogs shake violently are seizures, and poisoning. If you dog begins shaking violently, it is best to take it to a qualified veterinarian who can figure out what is going on.
Check into a new steering dampner, it's a common cause for shake at speed in a Jeep, but it could also be alignment or balance.
Track bar joints worn out.
have you tried to get your wheel realigned
The particles in plasma shake violently at very high temperatures and are electrically charged.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, worn steering or suspension parts, broken motor mount, bent drive shaft on RWD vehicle, are just a few things that can cause this.
1. out of balance wheels 2. misaligned front end 3. worn out steering dampner.
It's possible, but unlikely. However it will shake violently at certain speeds and may damage steering gear and tie rods.
Tire out of balance, bent wheel, drive shaft bent, loose or worn steering parts.
If your steering wheel is shaking you probabley messed you wheels or axel up
Loose/worn steering components. Especially the steering stabilizer shock and the trac bar.
What make the steering wheel shake is the tires that need wheel balance.
Youll start to shake violently
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Not the steering wheel shake itself, however what is causing the steering wheel shake, can certainly be extremely dangerous and potentially cause you to lose control of the vehicle. **GET IT CHECKED OUT BEFORE THAT HAPPENS**
reverse is the largest gear in a trany therefore requiring more fluid, if you are having this problem i would sujest fixing it soon because the rest of the gears will go out one by one. if its an automatic it probably be the pump.
You either have worn steering components like bad inner or outer tie rod ends, or worn lower ball joints. Sometimes a broken belt on a tire can cause shaking, but that's usually at lower speeds.
You need to check the following brake rotors for warping Pads for uneven wear wheel bearings for wear steering control arms and ball joints may be worn out
No, S waves are the ones that do a lot of damage.
Yes...it's probably normal for an 11 year old Kia that is broken
Yes A VERY common concern is steering wheel shake due to ice in the rims