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Old 05-02-2004, 10:47 PM   #11
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Could be a worn CV joint in the drive axle.Had it happen in my last car.Alignment and balance wouldn't fix it.The vibration, though not violent, at 70 -75 mph was enough to numb my hand on longer trips.Something to consider if your rig has alot of miles on original axles.Say around 100,000 or more.
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the car has 68xxx miles on it. Maybe it is the CV Joint though since its not a violent shaking, just a vibration in the steering wheel.

I have to believe that it is not something to do with just one tire since i had them all rotated, which would take the bad wheel from the front to the back, and it still vibrates through the steering wheel. Also, the shop i go to checks for malfunctioning parts and bent rims, and I had neither.

Is there anything in the suspension that would cause this?
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I guess the CV joint is a possibility. Have the boots ever been ripped/replaced. Ya know, nobody has mentioned the brake rotors. It'* possible they could be the source of your problem. Some shops can balance your tires with the wheels on the car. Just a suggestion.
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