mine does it too, i attribute it to the fact that the vibrations of the engine just shake the whole car, seeing how the steering wheel isn't attached by much, it'll shake, kinda like the way your rear view mirror will shake with alot of bass, vIbRaTiOnS
Too much positive caster
it should be 5inches between a driver and steering wheel
well I've got my steering wheel out of an old car that's much more easy its hooking it up that's hard
About 5 bucks
there is alot. a pretzel is a steering wheel of vanellope's kart
You should sit comfortably holding the wheel with your arms slightly bent at the elbows. Do not sit close to, or 'crowd,' the steering wheel, or you may suffer injury when the bag deploys.
The 2010 Chevy Cobalt power steering wheel will cost you about $400.
$50,000 to $100,000
Power steering has a pump driven of the engine that pressurizes hydraulic fluid to assist in moving the steering rack. Manual steering doesn't have the pump, so the effect to turn the steering wheel is high, especially at low speeds. Manual steering racks have a higher gear ratio to make it easier but an example is to turn your steering wheel with the engine off. You can get an idea of how much the pump helps.
Steering wheel size is pretty much standard and that is about it.
12 to 15 inches
Usually more than it's worth
Like a car. It has a key ignition, steering wheel, gear stick, and pretty much everything else like a car (apart from a fourth wheel)
Most defensive driving courses advise to at least have 12 to 15 inches of space between the chest and the steering wheel.
It's easy man...Don't worry too much. Just try to start engine and the same time wiggle your steering wheel.. it will cool you down. Cheers Karen.S
it is best not to have any play in your steering, and its best not to have no more than an inch of play in your steering, but if I was you I would check your inner and outer tie rod ends. power steering just makes turning your wheels easier....it doesn't contribute in steering wheel play!! you shouldn't have no more than an inch of play in your steering.....it is best not to have any play in your steering. check your inner and outer tie rod ends.
It is possible that there is a wire that is frayed or cut some where in the stering colum. or it is being pinched to much when the wheel is in the up postion. if it becomes too serious have it checked by an atuo repair tech. by: wolverine
Too much play in the steering wheel, vehicle may wander.
Hi, If you are certain it is just one wheel.Then check the wheel bearing. Jack the wheel off the floor hold the top and bottom of the wheel and see if it moves in & out. If so then a new wheel bearing is required. Tire out of balance, bent wheel, or a tire that has a broken belt, or flat spot.
Because you have "play" in your steering wheel. Your steering mechanism is routed through a gear box. The gears in this box wear down over time creating "play" in the steering. Your steering wheel and your front wheel are no longer synchronized. This play allows you to move your steering wheel a few inches either way without actually moving the wheels. It also allows the wheels to have just as much free time as the steering wheel causing you to be almost constantly correcting the path of the car to stay in a straight line. This is why your car will move out of a straight line when you are pointing your steering straight ahead. Also, it is a road hazard because if you have to slam on your brakes you may not stay in a straight line. The "play" will allow the front of the car to violently go to the left or right.