Driving the stering is shaking

Asked by Dec 26, 2009 at 02:52 AM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i just put used tire on and they balance it and also i change the Front Brake Pad and also change the headlight switch it start shaking the stering while i drive right away im not sure if it the rotor or when they change the headlight swtich maybe they touch the stering or the tire please help out thanks alot

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Possibly your joints.. or your steering rod. not too sure. if its not serious probably a 80-120 bucks to fix but if its serious this could mean you may need a new steering box.

does it shake you hit 55+ and then goes away when you slowdown?

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