Steering wheel shimmies at 55 + on 2000 Honda Accord

Had new tires Wheels balanced and all wheel alinement and still has a shimmy of speed 55 + ?

by in Morristown, TN on August 12, 2012
4 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by on August 12, 2012
poss tie rods on bad hub bearing. did yhey mentions tie rod ends loose?
COMMENT by on August 15, 2012
The place where i bought the tires forget to balance one of the front tires . Thanks for the advise.
ANSWER by on August 12, 2012
check the front end to see if you got any loose parts
ANSWER by on August 14, 2012
4CYL. or V6? Under 'load' or 'coasting' , or it doesn't matter? Any bent rims? History on strut replacement (if ever)?
COMMENT by on August 15, 2012
4cy new strutes new tires
COMMENT by on August 15, 2012
thank you for replying , glad it's fixed.
ANSWER by on July 12, 2015
your problem solved by bal of tire a shimmy ,shake vibration at speeds that comes on at 1 and goes away as you increase & comes back at higher is moving mass [weight spinning] only a few parts tires,wheels ,brake rotors drive axles do this and TIRES are #1 on the list other parts can allow severity to increase but TIRES&WHEELS are #1

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