Why would a car lose steering control when going over small bumps on the highway?
It is posable to have bad ball joints. Get it checked IMMIDIATLY!
What could cause a loud thud noise when turning steering wheel left and right and when going over bumps?
could be control arm bushings gone bad Read More
it shakes to the right or left Read More
Clunking/knocking sound felt though steering wheel and floor when turning and going over bumps at low speeds. Read More
What causes rattling in the front passenger side of a car especially when going over bumps and not when on the highway or at high speeds?
Possably the struts!!!! Read More
Replace the Airbag/horn bracket in the steering wheel, rubber bushings are worn out, Read More
A steering wheel is the wheel that is in front of the driver of a car. It is held in the hands and is used to turn the wheels to control the direction of the car is going. Read More
What all can cause a 1997 jeep wrangler to shake violently while driving at high speeds when going over small road transitions or bumps?
Loose/worn steering components. Especially the steering stabilizer shock and the trac bar. Read More
The new Electric power steering is on the shaft of the steering wheel. Many folks have problems with the steering going out of control. If you're one please report it to the saftercars dot gov Read More
Any bushing, if its worn or old enough, causes suspension squeaking at low speeds and when going over bumps. The typical cause of squeaking noises when turning the steering wheel is low power steering fluid. The power steering fluid reservoir should be checked and the fluid topped off if it is low. Fill your reservoir with manufacturer-specified fluid (or have your oil-change service station do it). With a very low fluid level, the whining sound… Read More
What causes a clicking sound when turning steering and the same sound when going over bumps on a laguna 1.9 2002?
sounds to me like a really bad c.v joint or joints Read More
Eratic steering, uneven tyre wear, a distinct knockng sound over bumps. If you jack the front up and move the suspension/ steering by hand, you may see sloppy movement in the ball joints Read More
You would lose all steering control, so it could spin or go anywhere. Read More
On my 1999 Dodge Stratus, I noticed the horn sounding when making sharp turns, then later when going over rough bumps. I was because the four rubber washers inside the steering wheel horn actuator had disintegrated - it was a simple job to pull out the steering wheel air bag and replace these washers. Read More
There are many issues that may cause a creaking sound. Most likely it is from the brakes, or low power steering fluid. Read More
What is the squeaking noise in the front of your 1997 Plymouth Breeze when going over slight bumps at 35 mpr?
Probably strut mounts or control arm bushings. Read More
If referring to a particular "highway," it is "Highway 66." If you are describing going down a highway, it is a "highway." Read More
Numb steering is where the steering feels disconnected from the road, which really doesn't matter unless you're a gearhead. Its where you can't feel what is going on at the tires"bumps, resistance in corners,ect" most gear heads don't like"numb steering"'because i want to know how my car is reacting to the road through the tires.. Steering numbness comes from dealers putting high profile comfortable eco tires and heavy power steering on there cars, which eliminates… Read More
A lot of times the grinding sound that is heard when going over bumps is actually the car scraping the cement. If it is not a serious problem then the best thing to do would be to drive slow over the bumps. Read More
if you lose ovverdrive and cruise control, check engine light comes on, its the TPS working intermittenly Read More
This means that the switch is going bad. You will need to replace the switch that is on your steering wheel or on the turn signal switch. Read More
Depends on where the noise is originating from, a suspension component, engine (top or bottom?), steering knocking when turning, going over bumps, etc. You need to provide more details before I can point you in the right direction. Read More
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It will stop working along with cruz control, voice control, and volume when the wires on the clock spring wears. The clock spring holds all the wiring going to the controls on the steering wheel and allows the steering wheel to turn without damaging the wires. The clock spring makes everthing run smoothly in terms of the wheel turning. The clock spring is located under the plastic on the TOP of the steering wheel. You… Read More
Noise coming from the front end that sounds like a small airplane is flying beside you when going down the highway above 35mph any ideal where the noise is coming from?
check fan clutch if equiped Rick I think this is a matter of the wheel hub bearing... definitely cause i had the same problem... to verify, simply move your steering wheel left and right on the highway or a safe street (not to the point of losing control), and you will see that the noise will fluctuate as you do that procedure... thanks.. Robert Read More
The main highway from Melbourne to Sydney, going the inland route, is the Hume Highway. The Princes Highway is the main highway along the coastal route. Read More
Perhaps low power steering fluid Perhaps power steering pump is going bad Perhaps low power steering fluid Perhaps power steering pump is going bad Read More
A highway is major road that is smaller than a freeway. A byway is a road that runs along side a highway that allows people who are on the highway to get to where they are going even if there is no highway exit. Read More
You have a buick lesabre custom 98 the steering is going and its not the steering fluid what could it be?
If you have plenty of fluid it could be the power steering pump itself going bad or it could be the rack and pinion assembly. Read More
no. you're just weird :) Read More
If its a ka thunk sound even on small bumps,Its most likely your STRUT MOUNTS. Read More
Hot air balloons are steered by changing altitude. The air currents are often going different directions at different altitudes, and by changing altitude you can get into an air current going the direction that you want to go. This isn't complete control like the steering on a car or airplane, you are still limited to the directions that the wind is going, but you have some control. Read More
If Your steering has gotten difficult it is likely that you need to add power steering fluid. If that is not it then your power steering pump might be going out. Read More
Is there a fix for a 1997 Silv with a problem with steering effort after it is warmed up there is a variable steering sensor on the column Could this be the problem?
This could be the problem. When this system came out in the 97's they had a lot of problems with them. Question, does it really get wild steering going down the highway? Owners said it would get really hard to steer then get real loose. Good luck. Normally just when I am stopped trying to back up or park Read More
probably going to lose your steering Read More
i found mine under the dash on the right side of the steering column, it has 3 plugs going into it. hope this helps. andy Read More
Yes it does. Check your power steering fluid level. Read More
You NEED to replace the rack and pinion steering unit. Read More
You are probably low on power steering fluid. Otherwise, it is worse, and your steering pump has gone out or is going to give out. Read More
yes, try removing serp belt and pull out on pump pully, some times the pully drive shaft fractures and does not drive to pump. but it looks like it do. Actually 1997 was the first year GM added "speed sensitive steering" to the GMC Sierra. On these trucks there is a pump pressure sensor switch. There are various placements for this switch. Some are located on the lower steering column under the dash, some are… Read More
It is a series of grooves or bumps in the road that cause the tires of the car or truck to 'rumble' with noise when they go over it. The are often used in construction areas to slow cars down and on highway edges to warn drivers that they are going off the road. It will wake a sleeping driver up. Read More
If the struts are bad on any vehicle, including the Kia Optima, the automobile is going be very bouncy going down the road. The car will start to bounce and it will seem like it is never going to stop bouncing, even with the tiniest of bumps. It might also squeak when going over bumps. Read More
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because the blood is going to that area to heal it and creats a bruise Read More
If you have bumps around your vaginal area going to a doctor would be the best things to do. It could be one of a few things, non of which would be pleasant. Read More
Your shocks are going out. You may also want to replace the springs as well. Read More
Means your steering wheel pump might be going bad. But first check your steering wheel fluid you could be very low. Read More
Power steering pump may be going bad Read More
If the steering wheel is loose while driving the steering rack may be going bad. A bad steering rack leads to a lot of play on the actual wheel. Read More
Steering rack worn? Power steering pump going bad? Worn steering or suspension components? Frozen steering shaft? Read More