could be control arm bushings gone bad
it shakes to the right or left
Clunking/knocking sound felt though steering wheel and floor when turning and going over bumps at low speeds.
Possably the struts!!!!
Replace the Airbag/horn bracket in the steering wheel, rubber bushings are worn out,
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.
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
Loose/worn steering components. Especially the steering stabilizer shock and the trac bar.
sounds to me like a really bad c.v joint or joints
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
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 will be accompanied by a difficulty in turning the wheel.
You would lose all steering control, so it could spin or go anywhere.
If referring to a particular "highway," it is "Highway 66." If you are describing going down a highway, it is a "highway."
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.
There are many issues that may cause a creaking sound. Most likely it is from the brakes, or low power steering fluid.
Probably strut mounts or control arm bushings.
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.
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 all feed back to the steering wheel and the driver.
It means that you are going through puberty
if you lose ovverdrive and cruise control, check engine light comes on, its the TPS working intermittenly
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.
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.
no. you're just weird :)
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.
Perhaps low power steering fluid Perhaps power steering pump is going bad Perhaps low power steering fluid Perhaps power steering pump is going bad