My van did this as well and turned out I just needed my tires balanced..no biggie..and it went back to driving smoothly on the highwayAnsweryou might just want to check to see and make sure the insides of your rims are clean too. snow or dirt that is caked on the inside of the rim will cause this. and by inside the rim i don't mean in the air chamber of the wheel, but just on the inner circle of a wheel. gl. AnswerIf none of the above work, look over every tire very carefully making sure you see no humps or bumps(goose eggs). You could have possibly broke a belt in the tire. SNM AnswerIf it snowed recently, and the problem did not exist before the snowstorm, there may be frozen snow/ice stuck to one or more wheels, causing imbalance. Take the care to a self-serve car wash and spray the wheels from underneath the car and in the wheel wells. BW
yes it could be ur tires but it could turn out to be balljoints and or tirod ends
I would look for a vacuum leak.
wheel balance is out.if it jerks alot at high speeds possibly a tire seperation.if those two possibilities check out then check the toe angle of the front suspension.
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It lowers the vehicle height (at high speeds) for better performance and handling.
broken belt in the tire, uneven wear
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Tires or wheels out of balance? Bent wheel? Bent axle? Drive shaft out of balance? Frozen brake caliper?
The vehicle performs very smooth and quietly at high speeds.
You may have a bent rim. If you put that rim on rear of vehicle it may eliminate wobble at high speed.