When the steering wheel of a car can rotate 360 degree why can't the wheels?

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The axle prevents them doing so.

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What cars have 360 degree cameras?

2018 Genesis G90. The Genesis G90 comes with a 360-degree camera as standard equipment. 2018 Toyota Camry. The 2018 Toyota Camry XLE can be equipped with a 360-degree camera via an optional package. 2018 Nissan Rogue. 2018 Chevrolet Equinox Premier. 2018 Volvo XC60.

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Why the back wheel of a rear wheel drive can be rotated separately?

For the drive wheels on most cars - the rear wheels on a rear-wheel drive car, or the front wheels on a front-wheel drive car. There is a "limited slip differental", a set of gears connected to the driveshaft and axles. For the non-driven wheels on your car -- the front wheels on a rear-wheel dri...

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Why do cars have steering wheels why can't they be automatic?

cause if your car went automatic then you could not control it

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Why is the wheel of vehicle became a rotational motion?

Could you be a bit more specific with your question? There are answers to the question in its current form, but they would be of no help to you.e.g. Because its round !!!!

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Why aren't steering wheels in the center of a car?

The steering wheel needs to be where the driver is sitting. Some sit on the left side of the car and some sit on the right side of the car, depending on which side the pond you live on.

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Do the wheels of a car rotate backwards?

Unless a brake is engaged, the wheels on a car in neutral can rotate backwards. If the car is in gear, wheels attached to the power train probably will only rotate backwards if the car is in reverse gear. If it is in forward gear or "park" they should not rotate backwards. Wheels not connected to...

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What causes the wheels of a car to rotate in opposite directions when the wheels are off the ground?

The wheels of a vehicle may rotate in different directions if they have a system that is called "spur-gear differential." Pinion pairs are displaced axially, and mesh part of the length between two spur gears, results in rotation in opposite directions.

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Why do the wheels of a moving car appear to rotate backwards sometimes?

Wheels appear to rotate backwards in movies because of what is called, 'strobe effect'. When filming, the camera actually takes a series of pictures. An example would be:Imagine you have a spoked wheel rotating at 50 revolutions per second. If the camera is filming at a rate of 50 frames per seco...

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How do you do a 360 degree view?

Create photos with a phone Open the Street View app .Tap Create .In the bottom right, tap Camera .Take a series of photos.At the bottom, tap Done .Your 360 photo is stitched together and saved in the "Private" tab on your phone. The photo is also saved on your phone (unless you turned this se...

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Why the steering wheel of my car vibrates when reach 50 to 60 miles?

Most likely the wheels and tires are not properly balanced... could also be something loose in front suspension.

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What does it mean when your car squeaks when the wheel rotates to a certain point?

HeyKen==If the squeek is at the steering wheel, it can be the horn comtact. If it squeeks underneath the car, it is the turn stops on the front wheeels. GoodluckJoe

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What is the shaft of which a wheel rotates?

This my good friend is an axle

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Why is a steering wheel on a truck larger than a steering wheel on a car?

The truck is more massive than the car and harder to turn. The larger steering wheel allows the driver to apply more torque on the steering column, giving him greater control.

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Why would the steering wheel shake when stopped?

This question can be referring to two separate conditions. If the steering shaking while the brake pedal is being applied the condition maybe warped rotors. If there is steering wheel play while the vehicle is stopped and or moving it is an indicator or worn or failed column components.

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Why IS the steering creek when the steering wheel is turned?

It may be in need of lubrication.

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Why is steering wheel on left side of car?

“The control is located on the left side, the logical place, for the following reasons: Travelling along the right side of the road the steering wheel on the right side of the car made it necessary to get out on the street side and walk around the car.

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Why does the steering wheel come off of a race car?

Stock cars dont have doors and the window is the space of entry. the wheel removes for more ease of acess in and out of the car

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Why are steering wheels on the left side of a car?

Steering wheel placement aims to put the driver closer to the middle of the road. Some countries decided differently WRT which side of the road to drive on. Cars made to be used in right-side-traffic have the steering wheels to the left, while cars made to be used in left side traffic have the st...

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Why does my steering wheel lock when parked?

A common reason for your steering getting locked is that, while parking the car, you've engaged one of its safety features.This happens if you turn off the car and turn its wheels a bit right or left.As a result, one of the lock slots will get blocked and you'll have a stuck car.

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Why does your car's steering wheel turn to the right when you are driving?

If you mean Pulls to the right, then this can be caused by an under inflated tire, front end out of alignment, or incorrect tire size/wheel on the right front. Check the air pressure in all tires and adjust to specs as outlined on the drivers door post or owners manual. Check to make sure all tir...

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Why does the steering wheel vibrate when I start my car?

the motor mount is bad

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How do car wheels rotate?

To rotate non-directional tires, use the cross pattern.For cars with rear-wheel drive, move the front tires to the opposite sides of the rear: left-front to right-rear and right-front to left-rear.The rear tires are moved straight forward.On vehicles with front-wheel drive, just do the opposite.

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Why does my steering wheel shake when I slow down?

There are common problems that cause your steering wheel to shake when you apply the brakes.In order from least expensive to most, they are: dry guide pins, worn brake pads, and worn rotors.It's generally recommended if you replace the rotors, you replace the brakes, and grease the guide pins.

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Why does my steering wheel get hard when its cold?

The fluid is not being pumped properly to the steering rack when it is "cold".Once it "warms up" it seems to get to the steering rack easier and makes everything work properly.This causes the belt to slip on the pulleys creating a chirping/squealing noise and decreased assistance in turning the s...

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When you turn your steering wheel slightly to the left and then back to the center the steering wheel wobbles a little - why?

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Why is your car groaning when you turn the steering wheel?

Try checking your power steering fluid. Low fluid levels can result in air being ingested and damage occurring to the power steering pump. If it is full you may need to replace the power steering pump to rid it of the groaning.

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Why is Car and steering wheel shaking?

Tire out of balance, bent wheel, worn suspension parts, bent drive shaft, or possibly a broken motor mount.

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Why won't your car steering wheel turn?

Your cars immobilizer is most likely the culprit. It locks the steering wheel when the key is not in the ignition. This mechanism can wear down and lock up the wheel.

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Why is the steering wheel on the left side of the car?

To provide the safest and best view when driving on the right hand side of the road

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Your car pulls to the right when you take your hand of the steering wheel?

it could be out of alignment...

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Why would the steering wheel sit wrong?

The alignment is miss-set or the front suspension and steering is damaged, OR the steering coloum is broken or damaged

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Your car pulls to the left when you let go of the steering wheel?

you need a whell alignment

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Can you rotate tires on a rear wheel drive?

Absolutely. It's a recommended procedure to ensure even tire wear between the front and the rear tires. Further... swap the rears to the opposite fronts.. ie.. rear left to front right.. the fronts can just be swapped to same side rear on most cars an trucks..

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How would a steering wheel control the wheels of a car?

The simple explaination is there are gears at the bottom of the shaft which turn other gears in the steering box which move an arm which moves a series of linkages attached to the front wheels. In a rack & pinion, instead of gears in a box there are hydraulics that move tie rods connected to ...

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Why doesn't the steering wheel not lock?

The mechanism that causes the steering column to lock usually operates automatically when you remove the ignition key. Either: - The ignition key has been removed properly but the mechanism is stuck or worn and you need to tap the ignition key slot a few times to hear a click and then turn the ...

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What makes a grinding noise when turning the steering wheel?

A defective CV joint will make a grinding noise when you turn the steering will. A bad strut can also cause a grinding noise.

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Can you tow a car with a steering wheel lock?

Does Steering Wheel of Vehicle Need to Lock to Tow On Tow Dolly.Expert Reply: If your steering wheel doesn't lock when the key is off you can use your seat belt to lock it.Wrap the seat belt a couple times around the steering wheel and then buckle it in place.

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Can you put a new steering wheel in a car?

Yes, one can put a new steering wheel and column in a car. If it is a DIY project, one must be very careful to reconnect everything carefully so the steering column does not jam.

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Why is the steering wheel so large on a sailboat?

Because they are not usually power assisted, and in a strong wind it's hard to steer.

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Why do drivers let go of steering wheel when they wreck?

the car's front wheels can be violently turned by hitting objects during the crash,this causes the steering wheel to turn as well,so drivers remove their hands to prevent injuries like broken thumbs,broken wrists,broken arms,etc.

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The tire of a car wheel has an outer diameter of 30 cm How many times will the wheel rotate on a journey of 5 km?

no. of rotations = 500000/3.142*30 = 5304.47 = 5304

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What happens when a driver presses on the steering wheel to honk the horn of a car?

there is a contact to ground that takes place wich activates the horn relay wich in turn activates the horn

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Can you add a heated steering wheel to a car?

As with most once luxurious features, the heated steering wheel is going to work its way down the price range.Naturally, even if your car doesn't have a steering-wheel heater to warm your mitts, you can still solve the cold problem by buying an aftermarket heated-wheel cover.

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Why does your car steer so easily and the steering wheel vibrates on highway?

I experienced the same problem with my ford. After checking out a couple things i discovered during a tire rotation that i had a bent rim. These happen when you hit potholes. I was able to replace the rim with a re-tooled one (saved me about $100) and the vibration immediately stopped. The bend w...

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Why can't you get the transmission out of PARK when you start the car?

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Why can't you just bypass the power steering fluid cooler on a 1995 Chevy 2500 pickup?

Because if the fluid can't cool, it'll rupture lines, and then you'll lose all your power steering fluid.

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What causes a steering rack to bounce all ways when you turn the steering wheel?

bad bushings on the rack mount making it loose hence turning stering wheel will make it loose and bounce== Have the rack/box pipes been tampered with? Is it manual or power steering? Does this happen whilst driving or if the vehicle is stationery? www.powerbrakeandsteering.co.za

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Can steering wheels melt?

Absolutely. Every material used in the manufacture of a vehicle has a melting point.

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When driving along a straight and level road the steering wheel is off center but the car steers true?

It is the pull to the left or right from the camber of the road that you have to adjust for hence the wheel will be either slightly left or slightly right. On a flat tarmac it will be in the centre provided your steering wheel has been correctly fitted.

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Why do the headlights and dash lights flicker when adjusting the steering wheel?

probably a short circuit in the steering column. that means a new wiring harness ($150-200 + ) must be done soon, or could cause battery drain, or even start a fire.

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Can you break a steering wheel lock?

It may be unfortunate, but it does occasionally happen: you have lost the keys to your steering wheel lock.Chances are, you were using the popular device called “The Club”.The local police cannot unlock your vehicle's steering column without removing the steering wheel, and at times, even this is...

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How do you steer all the wheels of car?

There are several car models that feature 4 wheel steering. The advantage is more control in the turns, tighter turning radius, reduced tire wear. One example is GMC Quadrasteer. The front wheels are steered normally with a rack and pinion or some other common steering set up. The rear wheels are...

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Why your car steering wheel stay turn instead off being straight when you are not turning?

depending on the type of car, it could be a sign that the alignment is out, or simply the drag link needs adjusting as on some trucks. if it is not a truck, it will probably need to be on an alignment machine to correct it

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When I apply the brakes the steering wheel shakes?

There are common problems that cause your steering wheel to shake when you apply the brakes.In order from least expensive to most, they are: dry guide pins, worn brake pads, and worn rotors.It's generally recommended if you replace the rotors, you replace the brakes, and grease the guide pins.

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Can a steering wheel be moved from the right side of a car to the left side?

Possible - yes. Very few things of a mechanical nature like that are actually impossible. But it's not possible to do it cheaply or easily, it'll require a fairly thorough, difficult and expensive rebuild of the car. You can do almost anything if enough money is at your disposal. Changing the dri...

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What is the purpose of a steering wheel cover?

If you are looking for a small change in your vehicle, a steering wheel cover is an affordable option that is easy to install yourself.In addition, the cover prevents damage from occurring on the steering wheel itself.Since the steering wheel is used every time the vehicle is driven, it can show ...

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Why do I hear a squeaking noise when I turn my steering wheel?

Low Power Steering Fluid: If you hear a squealing noise while turning the steering wheel, it may be an indication that the power steering fluid is low.Fluid may become low because of a leak.Worn Out Belt: Power steering may be affected by a worn belt, causing a squealing noise when the steering w...

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Why does the steering wheel shake when you drive over 60 mph?

Tire out of balance, bent wheel, loose or worn suspension parts. More than likely balancing & rotating your tires will correct this.

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When the driver is properly seated the top of the steering wheel should be?

When seated properly, the driver's chin should be above the steering wheel.When using the accelerator and brake pedal, the heel of the foot should remain on the floor.The rearview mirror should be adjusted to frame the back windshield.

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Should the steering wheel be in the direction of the a turn when doing the turning maneuver in a vehicle?

Turning to the right, when going forward, you turn the steering wheel towards the right.

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When a car is sliding which direction do you turn the steering wheel?

Steer into the slide and stay off the brakes! (push the clutch in if its a manual) - although this feels strange the first time you do it, it prevents the rear of the car from passing the front of the car - if that happens, you lost all control of the car, and if the rear wheels suddenly get trac...

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When towing a car do you need to unlock the steering wheel?

Only if your towing the vehicle by the rear wheels. If you are towing by the front wheels you do not need to unlock the steering wheel.

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Whats wrong when car shuts off when you turn the steering wheel?

== == There's a pressure switch on the power steering system that's supposed to tell the computer to increase the idle speed when the power steering is being used, since it increases the load on the engine. So, either that switch, or the wiring for that switch, is bad. If that doesn't do it, then...

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Why is the steering wheel on the left in America?

“The control is located on the left side, the logical place, for the following reasons: Travelling along the right side of the road the steering wheel on the right side of the car made it necessary to get out on the street side and walk around the car.

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Why do semi trucks have bigger steering wheels than cars?

It gives the driver more leverage.

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Why does my Car steering wheel wobble while driving?

Sounds like your car might need either an alignment or the wheels have to be balanced.

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Why would car wobble but not steering wheel?

More than likely your tires need balanced. or you have a cord busted in a tire. Bent rim could cause it, or sometimes even just some mud caked to the back of a rim could throw it out of balance

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Can you drive a car with the steering wheel on the right side in the US?

Yes, it is legal to drive a vehicle with the steering wheel on the right in the United States.Since most right-hand-drive vehicles are manufactured for non-United States markets, they may not meet those specifications and will require significant modification.

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Ifhe wheels of a car have a radius of 15 inches and are rotating at 800 rpm what is the speed of the car?

71.3998332 mph. 71.3998332 mph.

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How should you hold the steering wheel when turning?

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When should you turn your steering wheel?

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Why are car dashboards steering wheels and boxing gloves padded?

The padding reduces impact and injury and extends collision time.

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Why do British cars have steering wheel on right side?

We drive on the left because that allows us to defend ourselves against oncomers using a sword in our right hands.Left-handed people are at a heavy disadvantage in Britain because they have to wield the sword in their non-dominant hands, which is why they usually move to France.

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Why is your steering wheel squeeking?

You either have no/low power steering fluid in your car, or there is some other problem with the power steering, such as a leak in the tube.

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Why does your XC90 steering wheel squeak?

Because the clockspring is having a problem

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Why are bus steering wheels Flat?

The steering wheel of a bus is horizontal principally because the driver is approximately over the front wheels, so the steering column between the steering wheel and the steering box is vertical.

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Why did my steering wheel lock?

As we have noted, there are three common reasons as to why your steering wheel would lock up; you are using the wrong key, making frequent sharp turns, a power steering pump failure or an ignition lock.Once you determine the cause of the steering wheel lock up, act fast to fix its root cause.

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Does a steering wheel still steer after the airbad deplaoited?

As long as the what caused the air bag to go off did not damage the steering, yes.If I trigger the air bag by mistake working on the car it will still steer.

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Why does my steering wheel click?

While many car noises come from the engine or undercarriage, they can happen inside your cabin as well.Your steering wheel can make a clacking or clicking noise when you turn.The clacks may indicate low power steering fluid or damage to a component in the steering column.

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Can you put a 360 in a car?

yes,depend on what type of car it is.

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Why nascar drivers take the steering wheel off?

easier to get in and out of the car with the steering wheel off. most race drivers have the wheel close to them for extra leverage and less fatigue during a race, which along with the rollbars and padding surrounding the driver, makes for a tight fit into the car.

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Why does my steering wheel turn to the right?

Air pressure, wheel alignment and low tires Uneven air pressure is a very common reason for a vehicle to pull to one side.When the pressure in a tire is lower on one side, the height of the tire changes.This causes the wheel alignment to change.

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Why did my steering wheel lock up?

As we have noted, there are three common reasons as to why your steering wheel would lock up; you are using the wrong key, making frequent sharp turns, a power steering pump failure or an ignition lock.Once you determine the cause of the steering wheel lock up, act fast to fix its root cause.

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Why doesn't the body of the helicopter rotate in the opposite direction as A helicopter flies off its propeller rotating?

The tail propeller keeps the helicopter straight.

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What could cause Front end of car making sqeaking noise when turning steering wheel either direction?

A bad bearing can cause can the front end of car to make a squeaking noise when turning steering wheel either direction. It can also be caused by bad suspension.

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What is the brand of car with a ship's steering wheel as the emblem?

hmm.... Plymouth used a sail boat, Mercedes used an airplane prop, so did BMW.. Toyota celica used a dragon that looked a bit like a swan... can you be a little more specific and narrow it down by century or decade??

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Why does your car pull to one side when you take your hands off the steering wheel?

If your car pulls to one side when you release the wheel it could be one of a few different things. Most commonly this means it needs an alignment. There are three different alignment settings...toe, caster, and camber.Toe is the most easily adjustable and is the most often needed adjustment. It ...

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What side of the car is a steering wheel on in Left Hand Drive car?

well for me i would say uuuuuuum.right because if the car is on the left and its a left steerig wheel i would say right!!!

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Why does the steering wheel shake at high speeds?

== == Bad Tire or Tires.

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Why are steering wheels on the left in US?

Because the Americans are never right.

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Why does the steering wheel rattle while driving?

It could be several things. I'll start with the obvious.Warped or badly worn brake rotors, bad tires, bent suspension components.

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Why does the steering wheel lock at idle speed?

Lock? or very hard to turn?If it is very hard to turn the power steering has serious trouble.If it actually locks that's entirely different and will need to be repaired before any further use.,

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What is the circumference of the car steering wheel for a 1966 Park Lane Mercury Breezeway?

The circumference of the car steering wheel for a 1966 Park Lane Mercury Breezeway is not available online, however part number is C5ZZ-3600-N and costs $224.95 from Macs Auto parts.

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What can cause hard steering and rapid steering wheel return?

Too much positive caster

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How does the steering wheel control a car?

The simple explaination is there are gears at the bottom of the shaft which turn other gears in the steering box which move an arm which moves a series of linkages attached to the front wheels. In a rack & pinion, instead of gears in a box there are hydraulics that move tie rods connected to ...

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How a car steering wheel moves?

The driver/operator moves the steering wheel with his hands and arms.

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Why is my steering wheel hard to turn all of a sudden?

When the steering wheel is hard to turn, the problem is often with the power steering system.Power steering uses pressurized hydraulic fluid against one side of the piston, which forces the wheels turn and makes steering far easier.Here are some of the common causes of a malfunctioning steering s...

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Can a car engine exceed 500 degrees?

No. Car engines are cooled by water (under pressure), so they run at or aground 100 degrees Celsius. Of cause in the combustion chamber and at the exhaust temperatures are much higher.

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Can Torque Locking a Steering wheel damage the car in anyway?

Nope. Well, the locking action cannot, but there are several things you could do right after that which could damage the car.1. If the car is moving, or on a hill, or something like that, and it is not turned on, then if you torque-lock the steering wheel, you are probably going to have a bit of ...

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