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Shakey Steering
1999 Saturn SL2

Shakey Steering

(1999 Saturn SL2)
When my car gets to above 55 mph the steering gets really shakey. It becomes even more shakey when I accelerate. What could the problem be and how much?
in St. Paul, MN on February 22, 2011
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on February 22, 2011
First and foremost, you have some tire issues going on there. Have the front tires checked/inspected first.
The shake/wobble on acceleration could also be caused by
a worn/damaged cv joint/axle. While the car is in the air for tire inspection, have the shop inspect the cv shafts/joints for wear/damage.
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on February 22, 2011
First and foremost, you have some tire issues going on there. Have the front tires checked/inspected first.
The shake/wobble on acceleration could also be caused by
a worn/damaged cv joint/axle. While the car is in the air for tire inspection, have the shop inspect the cv shafts/joints for wear/damage.
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