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Vibrating steering wheel

(2000 Acura Integra)
in Atlanta, GA on April 08, 2011
It doesn't matter how fast or slow I'm driving, the steering wheel vibrates while the tires are straight. It only stops when I turn slightly to the left or right. Been doing it for a while.
Now just yesterday, the wheels are starting to feel wobbly.
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on April 08, 2011
This could be a tire problem, like a defect in a tire, have someone carefully look at your tires, a Pro, because a defective tire could easily blow out and cause an accident.
The tires could be a problem however I have also seen axles cause this condition. The way to tell the difference is during acceleration if the car vibrates excessively and goes away when you let off the gas I would look at the axles. Make sure the engine and transmission mounts are good.
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