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Old 06-11-2013, 01:14 PM   #1
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98 gt shaking

Going above 60 starts to shake. Not bad though. Went through a car wash and this start to happen. Going 75 as well shakes.
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Get your tires rebalanced. U possibly lost a wheel weight during the car wash i would suggest u balance all 4 to be safe then drive to see if it fixed the issue
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Going above 60 starts to shake. Not bad though. Went through a car wash and this start to happen. Going 75 as well shakes.
How long has this been going on?
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Was it high pressure? Water may have just got somewhere it shouldnt be, its happened to me before with the under spray. Maybe pop your hood and let it sit a while and try testing it later before going out buying parts
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Yeah, high pressure water. Started to do it when I left the car wash. Anywhere above 60 it shakes. 35-40 is fine.

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Also have bad tires lol. Real bad like 10% left probably. Could that be reason why?
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Umm yes lol 10%!!'
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Umm yes lol 10%!!'
Not my fault lol. Bought the car recently and the guy left me with bad tires! Was doing fine until I went through the car wash. Now I shake!
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Would definitely get new tires even if that's not what's causing it to shake lol.
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Yeah, high pressure water. Started to do it when I left the car wash. Anywhere above 60 it shakes. 35-40 is fine.

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Also have bad tires lol. Real bad like 10% left probably. Could that be reason why?
Motor shack or steering wheel?
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Steering wheel.
It's your tires
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Yea its your balance may not because of wheel weights off might of got water in the tires but usually you'll see that at lower speeds to. With having such low tread get new tires and balance with those you should be fine.
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