Why does your car vibrate when you turn right?

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My guess would be a bad wheel bearing up front.

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When you turn to the right your car vibrates why?

It can be a problem with the left front tire. You may also have a left front wheel bearing going bad. Or it can be a suspension problem. Have everything inspected by a professional mechanic.

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Why does my car vibrate when I turn right?

In a sweeping left turn, the right rear wheel (at the outside of the curve) is loaded up with force so the bearing is under higher stress, amplifying the vibration.When you turn to the right, the right rear wheel is on the inside of the turn and under much lower force, so the vibration more or le...

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Why does your car squeal when you turn right?

It is the power steering pump working hard and making the belt slip, try not holding the steering wheel all the way till it stops or backing off a little when it is turned as far as it can go.

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Why does your car vibrates when the ac turn on?

The engine may be in need of a tune up.

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Why does your car vibrate when you turn on the radio?

Turning on the radio will not cause your car to vibrate. The only thing I can think of that would even be remotely possible is that the alternator is barely working enough to keep the battery charged. The extra load of the radio could possible cause the engine to miss. This is highly unlikely, bu...

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Why does your car vibrate when you reach 120kmh?

Most likely because of unbalanced tire. I have had exectly same situation driving my Ford Escort, vibrations begun at 75 miles per hour and became unnoticeable after 85 miles per hour. After tires replacement and balancing vibrations dissapeared completely. I am assuming that after installing pat...

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Why does your car vibrate when acclerating?

Kinda sounds like motor mounts. The rubber in the mounts does rotten.

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Why does your car vibrate when you break?

The brake shoes may be completely worn or the brake rotors may be warped, due to a caliper being frozen and continually dragging. This needs professional repairs, take it to the shop right away.

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Why does my car vibrate when I turn left?

Vibration is usually caused by an out of balance or defective tire, a bent wheel or a worn driveline U-joint.You may find that the car shakes the car in an up and down motion.You may feel vibration through the seat, the steering wheel or even in the brake pedal.

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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 your car turn off when you turn corner?

It shouldn't unless you're turning too sharply. You might be low on gas. There might be something mechanically wrong with your car.

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Why does your 1997 maxima not start right up when you turn the ignition several times?

MY 03 ALTIMA HAD THE SAME PROBLEM I HAD TO REPLACE THE CAM SENSORSAND THE PROBLEM WAS SOLVE

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Why does car shake when backing up and turning right?

because you have crashed into somthing you pillok, try looking where you are going first

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Where do you position your car when turning right?

You should position your car in the right hand lane or as close to the right side of the road as is reasonable.I agree, some drivers turn left before they turn right or turn right before they turn left, that's a no-no.

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Why does your car shake when turning left but not right?

check to see if your wheel is rubbing up against something

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Why would car shake when turning right?

bad cv axle joint or tire out of balance could be a lot of things have your auto shop check it out

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Why does your car jerk when you turn left?

It jerks because the gas tank is on the left side. When the tank isn't tightly screwed on it may hit the inside parts of the car causing it to jerk.

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Why does your car pop when you turn left?

very possible a bad cv joint .

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Why does your car squeak when you turn on your engine and when you make a turn?

power steering belt, if serpentine belt, your p/s pump might be low on oil or going south. but check belt and oil level first.Good luck

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Why does your Pontiac Grand Prix vibrate when braking?

Could be a worn wheel bearing, a warped rotor, worn pads, or just some kind of oil on the rotor causing slippage.If it is a newer car it is equipped with abs and anti lock brakes and during a moderate hard stop the brakes will pulse which can feel like vibration.

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Why does my car vibrate when idling?

A worn out or faulty spark plug is a leading cause why your car engine vibrates or shakes uncontrollably.This can result in the engine to vibrate as the cylinders can misfire during idling or at running speeds.Installing new spark plugs is the best way to resolve such vibration related issues.

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Why does your body go left when a bus turns right?

Momentum.Momentum is mass x velocity.Velocity is speed in a direction.Even if the bus changes direction, you still have momentum in the original direction until some force pushes you in another direction. That takes a moment in a car or bus, so until your momentum is that of the bus, you'll still...

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Why does your car vibrate from rear?

It could be from a worn out U-Joint on the drive shaft or it could be one or both of the rear wheels are out of balance.

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Why does your 83 rabbit stall when making only right hand turns?

I don't have an 83 VW Rabbit, but yours may be suffering from possible fuel starvation because of the fuel pump. A cheap source for a replacement would be a junkyard, although fuel pumps are relatively inexpensive - it's the labor that will determine whether it is more cost effective to purchase ...

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Why does my car vibrate when stopped?

If the vehicle shakes or the engine shudders a lot when stopped at a stoplight, or when parked with the engine idling, it might indicate the motor mounts or transmission mounts are damaged or broken.If the shaking decreases, it's a strong indicator the engine's motor mounts need to be inspected b...

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When you make a tight turn why is there some vibration in the car?

Possibly worn CVC joint, loose wheel bearing or wheel. Have this looked at ASAP.

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Why is there a grinding noise when you turn right?

Tie-Rod End may be going out.I'm thinking front wheel bearing.

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Why does your car radio not turn off when you turn the engine off?

Some cars have a time delay before it turns off. I had a Buick Park Avenue that was like that. If you open the door the radio should go off. If not, you may have a wiring problem.

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When traveling in a car and turning to the right which way does your body go and why?

Bcz of Inertia.As per Newton's first law your body tends to stay at the same place..so while turning left body goes to right, n while turning right the body goes to left… Originally Answered: When traveling in a car and turning right, which way does your body go, and why?

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Why does a car vibrate when stopped and in gear but the vibration goes when accelerating?

For cars that are older, there's a possibility it is cause by poor idling adjustment. Older car have carburettors, that would allow the adjustment of idling speed ( And the CO and CO2 mixtures).For most modern cars, most are EFI( Electronic Fuel Injection ) that are control by ECU. Perhaps, in or...

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Why does your steering knock when you turn slowly?

When CV joints start to go bad, they make a knocking sound when you turn the steering wheel - you might want to get them checked out before getting stranded somewhere.

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Why does your truck pop when you make sharp turns?

possibly your front wheel axle.

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Why is thre noise when turning car left or right?

Sounds like you have a bad or both axles gone bad.

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Why would your car lose gas when making a right turn?

You could have a bad fuel level sensor or float. When shifting directions the fuel moves in the tank, and if you have corroded wires or a low fuel level it may be inaccurate. It's like parking your vehicle on a steep hill, the fluid level changes according to the gauge, except you have lateral mo...

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RWD car squeaks when only turning right why so?

sounds like your ball joints are going just the slightest bit of wear can do that squeek specially since a right turn is more common all "right ball joints" wear a little bit quicker this is a serious problem get it fized right away that squeak is a sign the ball joint has excessive play!hope thi...

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Why will Car stall when turning left or right?

This is a symptom of a few problems. Most likely is a fuel issue. What type of car and how consistent is the stall?

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Why does your ac come on when you turn on the heater on your car?

The AC takes the moisture out of the cabin air and that helps clear the inside of the windshield from moisture faster.

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Why does your car turn off when you unplug your battery?

It shouldn't. When the engine is running, electricity is supplied by the alternator, not the battery. If the engine dies when the battery is disconnected, the battery and/or some related part (such as the voltage regulator) is bad.

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Why does your car turn off when you push on your brakes?

because you did not step on your clutch pedal

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When traveling in a car and turning to the right which way does your body go?

The car is turning to the right due to the inward force, yet you feel as though you are being forced leftward or outward.In actuality, the car is beginning its turning motion (to the right) while you continue in a straight line path.This motion can be better understood by examining the animation ...

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Why does your car shack only when i turn?

my car is not stable when i drive what can be problem even when turning the steringwheel

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Why does your car pull to the right when you brake?

Assuming you have disc brakes, it could be,a sticky or stuck brake caliper on the left side brake.Grease or brake fluid on the friction surface on the left side brake.A restricted brake hose/line on the left side brake.Air in the hydraulic lines on the left side brake.

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Car stop when turn right?

Are you muddaflippin Zoolander?Engine go under left wheel stick? may be problem car seat. you check level offside drop possible.

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Why your car turn off when you stop the car?

some times a car turns it self off for a safety reasons if your on a hill and needing to close the fuel supply and sometimes its so fuel economy is increased...Your car may shut off when you come to a stop for many different reason , none of which are stated above.The idle control could be bad, t...

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Why does my car make a noise when I turn to the right?

If the car makes noise when turning at low speeds, look into the power steering system or the suspension.If you hear creaking, popping, or clunking sounds, the possible culprits are broken or worn out suspension joints.On the other hand, a whining sound could be the result of a damaged power stee...

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What does it mean when your car vibrates while stopped?

If the vehicle shakes or the engine shudders a lot when stopped at a stoplight, or when parked with the engine idling, it might indicate the motor mounts or transmission mounts are damaged or broken.If the shaking decreases, it's a strong indicator the engine's motor mounts need to be inspected b...

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Why does your truck vibrate while driving?

Unless it is caused by pavement or road conditions, the likely causes are:Worn U-joints in the drive shaft become more noticeable the faster the vehicle is traveling, and the vibration will still be present if the transmission is shifted into neutral or the clutch is disengaged, allowing the truc...

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Why does your car vibrate all the time?

The engine is running rough. Could be in need of a tune up.

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What causes the car to vibrate when turning the wheel either left or right out of a parking space?

The power steering pump is working hard and the engine is only idling.It could be the harmonic balancer

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Why does my car make a rubbing noise when I turn right?

Crunching or clicking is often associated with a bad CV joint and happens during a tight turn.Humming sounds when turning at higher speeds usually indicate a wheel bearing is going bad and it hums during a turn because it is getting more or less load as the weight of your car shifts.

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Why does my car vibrate when I accelerate?

Typically when you accelerate and the engine or steering wheel is vibrating, it's due to motor or engine mounts being worn out.During acceleration, the motor mounts the engine vibrates naturally as RPM's increase.Engine mounts are the component responsible for securing the engine of a vehicle to ...

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Why does my car vibrate when I stop?

If the vehicle shakes or the engine shudders a lot when stopped at a stoplight, or when parked with the engine idling, it might indicate the motor mounts or transmission mounts are damaged or broken.If the shaking decreases, it's a strong indicator the engine's motor mounts need to be inspected b...

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What would cause your car to make a grinding noise when you turn right and left?

If you're talking about from the wheels, higher or lower in pitch with speed, it's one or both front wheel bearings. If you're talking about from the engine compartment, it's the power steering pump.

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What is it when your car vibrates while turning the steering wheel?

Losse wheel, worn bearing, or more than likely, a worn CV joint.

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Why does my car vibrate when AC is on?

Typically when the AC compressor is cycling, it will draw more power from the engine, which might make an existing rough idling engine "feel" worse.This could be caused by fuel system components like mass air flow sensor, fuel injectors or even the EGR valve being clogged with excessive debris.

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Why do you lean to the left when the car is turning right?

You lean to the right as your car turns left because of the momentum. While you are driving in a straight line the car and you have forward momentum as the car turns to the left its changing the trajectory of its momentum but since you are not really part of the car you keep following the forward...

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Why your car stop when you try to turn?

Maybe because you put the brakes or that it is really old and you might want to throw it away and buy a new car. I would recommend the 2011 Mercedes S63 AMG. it is VERY reasonably priced, from around $160,000. it will last you a very long time and it very comfortable. i just purchased it to add t...

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Why should you turn off your car when getting gas?

Also, even if your engine is off, keep it out of the run mode, because that activates the fuel pump to run which is probably located inside your gas tank.Thus, if you leave the car on while pumping the gas, the static electricity will get disturbed which may cause an explosion in the filling stat...

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Why does your Tahoe not start right away when warm?

Have a leak down pressure test done on the fuel system, you may have a leaky fuel pressure regulator or a faulty fuel pump.

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Why do you got to the right when a car takes a sharp left turn?

inertia-when moving in a forward motion your body tries to continue in the same direction even when the car is turning

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Why do you move to the right when a car turns left?

If the car turns right, your body tries to stay where it was, which is on the left.Same reason when the car accelerates forwards, you are pushed back into your seat.The source of the centripetal force that forces you to go around the turn is the friction between your seat and your thighs.

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Why does my whole car vibrate when hitting the breaks?

You have badly worn brake pads or rotors or both.I would get them fixed ASAP.

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Why does my car vibrate when stopped in drive?

If the vehicle shakes or the engine shudders a lot when stopped at a stoplight, or when parked with the engine idling, it might indicate the motor mounts or transmission mounts are damaged or broken.If the shaking decreases, it's a strong indicator the engine's motor mounts need to be inspected b...

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Why does your voltage fluctuate when you turn on your turn signal or role down your windows?

Suggestion remove each battery cable, Negative FIRST, then positive LAST (ALWAYS). clean the terminals and the cable ends, Install the cables POSITIVE FIRST, NEGATIVE LAST. Check voltage meter doing the same thing, have you alternator tested. Most likey you have a bad or weak voltage regulator in...

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Why would your traction control come on for no reason when turn left or right?

telling you your car is using traction control to prevent tipping probably because you made a sharp turn going at high speeds

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What causes a car to vibrate when turned on?

the eninge running.... when an engine runs its having a series of explosions within the engine, the engine mounts obsorb some of that but they dont take care of all of it so some gets passed throught the frame and body, if its vibrating more than normal, you may have worn engine mounts

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Why does your car shake from side to side when you go around a turn?

sounds like you have a tire out of round, wheels out of balance.bad wheel bearings,or bad tie rod ends allowing movement in steering and suspension

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Why does your car squeal when you turn the heater on?

you have a bad heater blower motor or something stuck in blower cage

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Why does your car make a knocking sound when you turn left?

Could most possibly the CV joint (constant-velocity joint)

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Why when you turn your car on does it start screaming?

Probably either a loose belt or a bad bearing.

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Why does your car squeal when you turn on the heater?

Loose belt -- replace or lubricateADD-ON If it is a metallic squeal that continues for a minute or so after the car starts it could be your water pump bearing. Get your mechanic to check it out and replace before you need a tow truck.

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Why does your car lose power when you turn the AC on?

Actually, when the AC is turned on, the compressor clutch is engaged and requires more force from the engine to turn it via the belt. The only part that uses much electricity is the fan blower but the power for that comes from the alternator/battery which is always on when the car is running.

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When you turn the headlights on why does your car radio shuts off?

you might have a short circuit or you have a voltage drop

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Why does your car screech when you turn it on or accelerate?

Sounds like a loose accessory belt or a bad belt tensioner.

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Why does your car turn off when you press the gas pedal?

You Should Take It To A Garage

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Why does your car jerk when you hit the gas while turning left?

It doess that because the fuel pump is being shifted and the gas is being pressured causing a sudden jerk.

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If your fan does not cut off when you turn the car off why not?

Depending on the make and model of your car, the aircon control unit or the thermostat may be faulty.

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Why does your car shake when you turn the air condition on?

Possibly due to a failing compressor. The A/C compressor in vehicles has a clutch in it which operates by friction. If the bearings are going bad, or the clutch is about to lock up, it can overload the engine as it tries to spin the compressor. The excess load on the engine makes the engine want ...

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Why does your car smoke sometimes when you turn on the AC?

This could mean that your heater core is going bad. Had the same problem with my dodge ram 1500. It could also mean that the AC compressor clutch is slipping. It may only slip when it is first turned on because then it tries to goes from zero RPM to normal speed in a split second.

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Why does the antenna make noise when you turn off the engine of your car?

The automatic electric antenna is retracting or trying to. It should be silent after it has fully gone down.

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What does it mean when your car is vibrating while you drive?

If it is vibrating on the steering wheel, you may need an alignment. If it is vibrating at the tire area you may have a bent wheel or need to have your tires check, take it to any tire shop and they can test. I had the same problem and it was a bent wheel.

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Why would car vibration when you slowly started move?

if its a manual transmission you werent giving enough gas. if its automatic then its either starving for fuel on take off because you have a fuel issue or your brakes are getting stuck

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Why does your serpentine belt squeak when you turn your 1998 Dodge avenger on?

The Serpentine Belt needs to be tightend with the tensioner pulley (Idler Pulley)

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Why does your idle drop when you turn your driving lights on?

Turning the lights on put a load on the alternator causing the idle speed to drop. I would have the battery and charging system tested to make sure everything is okay. The battery may be on its way out.

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Why would your tire lock up when you are turning right or left on a 2013 Suburban Lt 4WD?

The vehicle is in 4 wheel drive mode and you're on dry pavement.

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Why does the car shake when you turn the wheel?

actually anyone can't solve that problem correctly until you explain much about the shake.but there are many kinds of shakes.If there is a problem in CV joints you may feel a shake.Also if there is a problem in the connecting rod you may get the same feeling.If you hear a noise with the shake it ...

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Why does your temp gauge rise when you turn on your air conditioner?

The air conditioner both consumes power and dumps heat as it pumps heat from the car's interior to the exterior world.Most cars have an air conditioner radiator placed forward of the engine cooling radiator, because the engine does not need to be cooled to as low a temperature as the AC fluid. As...

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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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Why wont your car turn off when you turn off key and remove it?

That means you need to check the head lights. Suprisingly enough head lights on cars cause most problems. Especially on Fords.

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Why does the Mazda mx3 die when turning right and low on fuel?

Your Mazda MX3 might die when turning right and low on fuel because of a damaged or bent float in the fuel tank. It might also die because of clogged fuel injectors or a clogged fuel filter that becomes more obvious when fuel is low.

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Could broken motor mounts cause your car to vibrate at 40mph or higher and vibrate worse when steering to the right?

1 out of balance front wheels or tires when were they last checked 2 out of round front tires do u hit a lot of potholes 3 worn cv joints does it sound like your engine is knockin while turning and at high speeds?? 4 The motor mount is unlikely but a possibility but what is being described seems ...

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Why does your car whistle when reversing and grind when turning?

Unless there is an underlying fault with the gearbox/transmission (or else where), the most likely cause is that reverse gears tend to be "straight cut" rather than helically cut as forward gears are.The reason forward gears are helically cut it because straight cut gears are noisy, producing the...

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What would cause the steering wheel to vibrate when turned left or right in a stopped position?

The power steering system works on high pressure and at idle the pump does not turn fast enough to provide full assist. It requires a higher engine rpm.

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When turning left and an opposing car is turning right who has the right of way?

Car turning right has the right away. Car turning from left has to yield the right away to cars coming strait or turning right this is the law in all 50 states

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How do you hand signal a right turn with your actual hand when driving in Texas?

Left arm out the window, bending 90 degrees straight up at the elbow, all fingers together pointing straight up.

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What do you check if your 1980 Chevy stalls when turning left or right?

The engine is idleing up its RPM to compensate for the added load of the powersteering pump kicking in when you turn. If it doesnt idle up, it will die, no mater which way you turn the wheels. Check the vacuum lines and powersteering lines, EGR lines, IAC lines, and intake hoses. Make sure nothin...

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Why does car turn off when I turn on AC?

It may be from low power to the computer, a faulty fuel pump due to bad connection, or a low battery.The blower fan draws a lot of current, perhaps that is dropping the voltage suddenly and causing some electrical component in the ignition system or the anti theft system to shut down the car.The ...

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Why does car turn when braking?

The likely cause is that the brakes are being applied unevenly. The reason for this could range from misaligned brake pads to brake line leaks. See a mechanic as soon as you can, since it could indicate a serious problem.

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Why does your truck vibrate at 80 kilos?

is the vibrating just at this one speed? have your wheels balanced.

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Why does your car make a creaking noise when you turn left on your 90 rs camaro?

Get it lubed. If still does it, check your steering components for broke seals

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