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

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

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

the motor mount is bad

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Why does my steering wheel vibrate at low speeds?

could be a blockage in your fuel lines.

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Why does my steering wheel vibrate while engine under load?

From most to least likely but not a complete list:

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What causes steering wheel vibration in a rear wheel drive car at 50 mph and above?

Out of alignment.......warped brake rotor......broken belt in a tire.....

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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 shake when coming to a stop running 50 to 60 miles an hour?

I would suspect warped rotors.

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What causes a car to jerk once it reaches about 50-60 mph?

Jerk...where do you feel it...in the steering wheel? does it seem like it's going faster then slower, or up and down.... in order, it could be ALIGNMENT/SHOCKS/MOUNTS,or TRANSMISSION SLIPPING, or ENGINE SURGING/Tune related.... a good book will help with symptom identification.. everyone should h...

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Why does your car wobble when i reach 60 mph?

It could be dirty spark plugs or you need a wheel alignment. If that doesn't work you might have a fuel blockage.

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Why is there Vibration in car between 50-60 MPH on a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville?

Could be a broken belt in one of your radial tires. Have them "spin balanced" to see it this is the problem.

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When drive 60 miles and push the brake the car have same vibration?

More then likely your front brakes are worn, take it in to get it serviced. Needs new brake pads and rotors turned.

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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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What causes steering wheel to vibrate?

Bad tire or alignment is most common. It can also be caused by a warped brake rotor or drum.

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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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2001 Isuzu Rodeo steering wheel shimmies when driving 60 MPH?

Three basic possibilities:

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What causes vibration on the steering wheel?

The two most frequent causes of a shaky steering wheel are either warped brake rotors, which will cause your steering wheel to shake when you brake, or unbalanced tires, which will cause your steering wheel to shake when driving at high speeds.

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Skidded in your car and veered sidewards onto hardshoulder and grass verge no external car or wheel damage but your steering wheel vibrates while braking and at 50-60 MPH what could be the problem?

Your front wheels could need balancing or possibly a distorted disc could be the problem. If it is the disc you will need to change both of the front discs & brake pads. ---------- You have probably bent one of the wheel rims. Unfortunately, it may also be a safety issue. Take the vehicle to ...

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Why does your steering wheel vibrate and shake?

The ball joint may be wornSeveral other causes; overinflated tire, out of balance tire, damaged tire belt, grabbing brake pad, warped brake rotor.

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

The axle prevents them doing so.

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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 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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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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A car diving at 60 mph if distance is 180 miles away. How many hours need to reach the place?

180 mi / 60 mi per hour. Cancel out the miles in both sides, and you have 180/60 hours, = 3 hours.

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I feel a strong vibration in the front end of my 98 ford f150 at about 60 when i let up off the gas four wheel drive?

This happens when your tires are out of balance.

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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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At 60mph car vibrates to car speeds reaches 80mph?

First check tires for tread separation, out of balance, etc. If it's vibrating, you shouldn't be driving 80 MPH. Could also be drive line out of balance, which could indicate possible U-joint failure waiting to happen.

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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 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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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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Why is my car hard to steer 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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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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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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What causes vibration in rear of car when it gos above 50?

It is probably an out of balance tire, next check wheel bearings.

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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 do my brakes vibrate when stopping?

This rotor unevenness can make your brake pads grab unevenly or, without warning, making the brake pedal and steering wheel shake.The vibration and shaking you feel from this problem will often happen when you brake at highway speeds.Rotors warp over time due to the heat generated from braking.

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How many minutes does it take to travel 50 miles going at a speed of 60 mph?

At a constant speed of 60 mph, you are traveling 1 mile per minute. It will take you 50 minutes to travel 50 miles.

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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 go lite on your car when you go over 60 mph?

You don't have enough steering fluid.

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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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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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Why are the milleg on cars like 50 or 60 why not 150?

I'm guessing that you meant mileage. If so, mileage can only go so high with internal combustion engines (gas engines). This is because gas is injected into the engine valves, ignited by the spark plugs, explodes, and pushes the pistons, which in turn cranks the driveshaft, providing power. Witho...

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

you need a whell alignment

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What could cause a Mazda B2200 to begin stalling after reaching 55 or 60 miles per hour?

Bad fuel pump or fuel filter?

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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 is my car vibrating 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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Vibration in a front wheel drive car speeds between 40 and 60?

you have a definete wheel bearing problem. have it replaced asap

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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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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 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 does my vwpassat make a droning noise when it reaches 60 mph then goes away when you go past this speed?

check the diff drain the oil and replace

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Why does my steering wheel shake and pull to the left?

The two most frequent causes of a shaky steering wheel are either warped brake rotors, which will cause your steering wheel to shake when you brake, or unbalanced tires, which will cause your steering wheel to shake when driving at high speeds.There are other possible causes of a shaking steering...

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Why is my car vibrating?

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 is my steering wheel shaking and pulling to the right?

Try swapping the front tires left to right and see if this changes any thing.If the vibration or shimmy is below 25mph it is a seperated tire, 30-75 mph it is wheel balance but this will not make the vehicle pull.Sounds like a bad tire.Yes, a bad tire can cause a pull and shimmy from minimal to s...

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When did cars reach 100 miles per hour?

On July 21, 1904 in Ostend, Belgium Louis Rigolly stepped into his Gobron-Brillié ready to drive down the Ostend-Newport road.

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What causes Lexus 470 to make a bad smell when speed limit reach 50 MPH?

2 Suggestions Maybe it leaked gas. or maybe it has a problem with the shut off valve try looking for any problems. Good luck.

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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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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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What cars get 50 miles to the gallon?

10 Cars that Get Around 50 MPG Toyota Prius Prime.Toyota Prius.Toyota Prius Eco.Toyota Prius c.Honda Accord Hybrid.Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid.Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid.Honda Civic Hybrid.

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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 my steering wheel shake when I brake at high speeds?

Unevenly-worn or warped brake discs (rotors) can cause the steering wheel to shake when brakes are applied.You may also feel a pulsation in the brake pedal.This issue can happen with front and rear brake rotors, but the problem with front rotors is more likely to cause the steering wheel to shake.

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Why does my steering wheel shake at 70 mph?

Your tires are out of balance.As a result, your steering wheel may shake which may occur at around 50 to 55 miles per hours, and may worsen the faster your car goes.Your brake rotors may cause the shaking, which in turn also make your steering wheel shake at 70 mph.Your brake caliper sticks on.

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Why is my steering wheel not straight after alignment?

TOM: It's not “the idea” behind a front-end alignment.The idea is to make sure the front wheels are pointing in exactly the same direction so that the car handles correctly and the tires don't wear prematurely.RAY: But centering the steering wheel is something that should be done as part of a fro...

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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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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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What car can reach up to 110 miles per hour?

It is a long list. Even some of today's economy cars can reach that speed.

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Why does the steering wheel on my 2006 hhr shake at 50mph and smooths out by 60 mph any ideas what causes that?

have your front tires rebalanced.

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Car vibrates when you first reach 60mh after a while it goes smooth?

It sounds like you have a tire slightly out of balance. Driving heats up the wheel, changing the balance slightly. It is also possible that you have water in the tire, the result of condensation or airing the tire repeatedly. The evening out or smoothing of the drive is the result of the tire hea...

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Why won't my car go over 50?

There are any number of reasons why not. I could think semi-blown head gasket to driving with the emergency brake still engaged.

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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 my brake pedal vibrate when stopping?

The most likely reason that you feel vibrations through the brake pedal is because a brake rotor — the rotating disc that the brake pads are pressed against by the calipers to slow the wheel — is unevenly worn, or what some call “warped.”

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Car shakes when it goes above 60 miles?

Do you feel it in the steering wheel - if so it is front end or front tire related, If felt in the seats of car & not steering wheel it is from rear tires or rear of car. Many things, tires out balance, alignment, bad tire, tie rod ends, ball joints, stabilizer links & more

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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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When I press the gas my car vibrates?

Due to the occurrence of your symptoms being related to the acceleration of the vehicle, it is likely that the vehicle is misfiring for one reason or another and causing an engine vibration.Misfires are commonly associated with poor fuel pressure/injection, mistimed or weak spark, or poor airflow.

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Why would your car vibrate after installing custom wheels?

You could have a bad balancing job on them or have a broken belt in your tire(s). You feel these problems in your seat for rear tires, and in your steering wheel for you front tires.Alignment will not cause vibrations. I think uour putting wheels on car that was not designed for them. Contact the...

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Why does my steering and acceleration stop when I'm in the middle of driving My steering wheel gets really stiff gas pedal doesn't work I bring it to a full stop and still on but no acceleration?

you should take your car to a mechanic.

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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 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 to do when steering wheel is hard to turn?

Here are some solutions to handle with steering wheel hard to turn: Check air pressure of your car tires. Check power steering condition and fluid level. Check the pulley on the power steering unit. Check the power steering unit. Check the front end parts.

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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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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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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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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 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 car has the most proven record of reliability after it reaches 100000 miles?

I am an independent motor mechanic. The most reliable car I know off is a Mercedes W124 2.5 diesel. Taxi services have used them all over the world. I have one myself that we bought way back in 1985. All we did was change the oil every 5000 miles cause we use it for city driving and very little m...

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If a motor designed for 50 or 60 cycle operation is connected to 60 hz current the motor will what?

The motor, being designed to run on either a 50 or a 60 cycle (a.k.a. hertz) system , will turn faster.

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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 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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When i turn the steering wheel my 93 Chevy doesn't turr right away?

you have a worn out steering gear box or the rubber coupler in the steering col-um is broken

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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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How do I keep my steering wheel from shaking when my brakes are applied?

Have the front rotors turned on a lathe at a dealership. check brakes and rotors

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