Tires out of balance, belt in tire has slipped, ie defective tire, bent wheel, loose lug nuts, loose or worn bearings. Check lug nuts and tighten to the proper torque. Have the tires rotated and balanced. Inspect the suspension and all stering parts. Have you used "fix a flat" ? if yes, You have 2-lbs of water inside your tire now. it cost me 70 bucks to find out and this stuff easts chrom weels. Go to alignment shop and tell them to jack up ur car and they use a special machine to turn the back wheels one by one to find out which one is out of ballance ( dont let them take the wheels off and ballance them since they balance tires and speed lower than 50mph and usually stuff happens around 55 to 60mph. for front tires u can just jack up one wheel at a time and put the car in drive and accelerate one wheel is on the ground and the one you jacked up turns and u ask some one to look at the wheel see if it shakes ( it shakes really bad if water inside the tire) do the same of other front wheel. But for back wheels u need that special machine which alignment shops have and all these machines do they turn the wheel up to 130 mph to see if it shakes or not.
bent wheels or a broken cord in a tire or a deformity in a tire.
1. out of balance wheels 2. misaligned front end 3. worn out steering dampner.
Wheels are out of balance
maybe you need to have wheels balanced We are actually having that same problem with our car and it isn't the tires. We just bought brand new ones had the mounted and balanced and also a front end alignment done on it and it still shakes while driving..
Only if you drive with your foot on the brake all the time.
If it only happens when you are braking I would suspect warped brake rotors. Other reasons the front end could shake would include unbalanced tires or the vehicle needing realignment. Whatever the case may be; driving a car in this condition is unsafe and you should repair it or have it repaired before you drive it again.
It sounds like your car needs a 'front end alignment'.Get to a garage soon. If something breaks in your frond end, you could have an accident. $ 50 may save your or someone else's life.
Maybe its your motor mounts.
Tires out of balance, bent wheel, worn suspension or steering parts, bent driveshaft.
Yes, either can cause a shake while driving.
Have you tried having the wheels balanced ?
your wheels/tires probably need to be balanced or rotated,
Wheel balance may be off...
You may have a bad wheel speed sensor on one of the front wheels.
If it sounds like it's from one of the front wheels, you may have a worn out CV joint.
if you are driving and you go to stop, then that means that the front rotors are warped. if the front rotors are bad, you will feel a pulsation in pedal while applying brakes. change rotors on front.
you could have a wire broke in the tire
It is good practice while driving to accelerate while in a turn. This is because most cars have their brakes in the front wheels, and braking while in a turn will cause the rear of a car to go into a spin.
Depending on the age of the vehicle - there could be several possibilities. Tires/wheels out of balance - broken engine or transmission mounts - worn out shock absorbers or struts.
In front wheel drive the traction comes from the front wheels while in rear wheel drive traction power comes from the rear wheels.
Answer Ball joints which are located behind the front wheels. Do not ignore it. Your wheel can actually break off while driving. Have it looked at ASAP.
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Usually that's caused by out of balance wheels. Take the vehicle to your tire store and have the wheels balanced.If that's not it, take it to a good suspension shop (not a tire store, I don't care what they say) and have it checked by someone who only does suspension and steering.