shaking in the steering wheel

15

Asked by Nov 10, 2009 at 03:29 PM about the Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

im exprincing a lot of shaking in my steering wheel and i can't figure it out can anyone give me an sigestions.

6 Answers

35

It could be wheel bearings going out. Does it pull one way while driving and the other way on braking?

15

no it just shakes

8,465

Have the balance checked, you might have thrown a wheel weight.

35

Def your wheel balance...If your seat is shaking bad also..means your back wheels are out of balance.

45

its also could be a broken belt in one of the tires!

5

probably shifted belts in the tires

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