Question by  peterwang (41)

What could be causing steering wheel vibration in my car?

It only vibrates sometimes, but that's a weird thing for a steering wheel to do.


Answer by  flip2o (1220)

Check the alignment, most of the time its that, take it to the shop they can fix it for under $100.


Answer by  wrusche (176)

I would have the suspension or steering linkages checked out, you may have some worn out parts. You may also have a tire or tire going bad, check for broken belts or bulges on the tires.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

If it does this under braking then probably you have warped or scored rotors. If it happens at certain speeds then chances are you have a alignment or suspension issue.


Answer by  Cocoa (32)

Drive your car around 60 mph, and again around 40 mph. If the vibration in your steering wheel is worse around 60 mph, your tires are probably out of balance.


Answer by  jennyv8 (133)

Steering wheel vibration is most commonly caused by one or more tires that are out of balance. There are many other possible causes.

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