A bad tire with belt separation. Loose/worn steering joints. Bent rim. A warped rotor (if wobble happens while braking only).
You need the front rotors machined or replaced.
The control arm of a car needs to be replaced if the car is having trouble steering the front end.
Your front brake rotors need to be machined or replaced.
You have a damaged tire. Try rotating the front tires with the rear tires to see if the wobble switches to the back.
cause you might not of put tighten the tire when you replaced it . or your rim is bent, did you hit a curb?
Yes! So can badly worn tires as well as badly worn or damaged front suspension parts.
The front wheels of a car can wobble because the car's suspension is not in proper alignment. The wheels may also wobble if the rim is bent or if the tire is improperly installed
axle damage causes wobble
So many things can cause this, start with the steering stabilizer, use an aftermarket ubit, but that probably isn't all of the problem, death wobble usually involves many worn components of the front suspension so if the steering stabilizer does not stop the wobble start replacing bushings and rod ends, prioritize the replacement by inspecting each set for wear or signs of wear like shiny metal, new shocks will help, but again is probably only a part of the problem. In my case I replaced stabilizer and shocks and it improved, but did not go away completely, I then went to alignment, improved still, but not perfect, then I replaced the trac bar bushings and it went away completely.
Front brake rotors are out of round. They need to be resurfaced or replaced.
Out of balance tire, tire with a slipped belt, bent rim, loose lug nuts, loose steering component, bent steering component, warped brake rotors, etc.
wobble gives an indication of a front end problem. Check the lug nuts to insure one has not come loose. With the front end on jack stands, shake the wheels to see if they move. Do the same with the tie rod ends and bushings. This will show you which components have worn out.
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AnswerIt sounds more like you are a victim of what is known in the jeep community as "death wobble". Here is an article from a jeep guru http:/www.kevinsoffroad.com/techarticles/deathwobble.html I was also a victim of death wobble and am still replacing parts worn out by the wobble. I started out replacing the stabilizer shock but the problem was still there, just not as bad. Then I replaced all of the bushing on the entire jeep with polyurethane bushings and the death wobble dissappeared immediately. Last problem with the jeep now is it feels loose and the steering wheel vibrates around 70 so I'm trying to figure out if its either the hub assembly or the ball joints. Good luck with yours.Death Wobble Solution!Sure replacing the bushings, steering stabilizer and improving the suspension will help. . .but that is not where the problem lies. Take a look at the power steering motor itself, you'll notice that the BEARING in the steering shaft that connects to the pitman arm wobbles due to the constant force from turning left and right left and right all the time...this is due to the wear and tear of the steering motor. Jack up the cart get underneath and as someone turns the wheels left and right watch the shaft wobble. THIS IS YOUR PROBLEM! You must replace the steering motor!Death Wobble Is no fun and not easy to diagnose or fix.Unfortunately, there are thousands of questions and discussions surrounding death wobble and every one person thinks they have the solution. Even bigger problem: They Do! Death wobble is not caused by one single component in your front end. If you want to sum up the one cause of death wobble it is excessive play. I experienced death wobble for the first time at about 22,000 miles. In the above solution a reference was made to the steering "motor" and I am assuming what is meant by this is the steering gearbox. This is one of the things that can lead to death wobble but it is not the sole answer, nor is it always the root cause. My steering gearbox was, and is, fine. Death wobble doesn't happen as the result of one failing component if your jeep is stock, but one failing component leads to excessive play and the wearing out of others that will allow death wobble to occur. You must take into account how you use your jeep. If you are an off-roader or just a daily driver makes a difference. If your jeep is lifted i cannot offer you any solution because my jeep is not lifted and the lift makes a huge difference. Check all of your bushings, visually inspect your track bar, check your ball joints, check your wheel bearings, check your tie rod ends, make sure your drag link is not bent, even if you have found a solution you should still check everything because chances are other things are worn out as a result of death wobble and if you leave excessive play in any of these front end components death wobble will come back. Also check to make sure every bolt and nut in your suspension and steering components are torqued to specs.
One of the front tires has a broken belt in it. Take it to your tire shop and they can find the tire that needs replaced.
Wobble is an unsteady movement from side to side. The cause of a wobble on a car could mean it needs a front end alignment or even a bad tire.
your rotors on the front are warped. they need to be turned or replaced.
Your front tires are defective. Its time to replaced them.
It means your front tires need balancing
setter or offside/rightside hitter
broken belt in a tire. if you feel it in the steering wheel it usually a front tire or a rear if you can feel it in the seat
== == As the car speeds up the unbalanced wheels start to wobble. The force of the wobble is transferred to the cars body through the steering mechanism. You would feel the shaking first in the steering wheel. It becomes more pronounced as you pick up speed. == == * Front end need's religning, bad tires or tie-rods. * Tires are low in air.
The problem could be caused by several things. Check the front end for worn ball joints or tie rod ends. Check the wheel bearings, front brakes, and make sure that the front tires are balanced and the lug nuts are tight.