Close
Car Questions
RepairPal is your advocate for car care advice and guidance

Wheel Alignment and Low Speed Vibration

(2006 Ford Focus)
in Littleton, CO on April 07, 2010
I slid on ice and knocked a curb going about 10 mph with my front right passenger tire, and the back left passenger tire (I spun). It knocked the car slightly out of alignment (steering wheel turns to the left) and there is a whirring vibration that I can feel in the back of my car at low speeds. I am going to take it in for the alignment problem, because the tire is wearing on the back right passenger side. Will the alignment fix the whirring problem or is that something else that happened when I slid? Thanks so much for the help!
Displaying 1 answers & 0 comments
Popular Answer
on April 13, 2010
The alignment will not likely fix any noises, but when they inspect the vehicle they may find the cause of the noise. Be careful out on those icy roads!
RepairPal estimates are guaranteed at over 2,000 quality certified locations nationwide. Learn more

Similar Questions

View answers to similar questions from RepairPal's community of auto experts and enthusiasts.
Took it to garage had everything checked out new brakes and rotors on also no alignment issues no wheel or tire issue...
My car was kind of bucking a few months ago while coasting at low speeds every now and again. Last month my car was ...
Didn't find what you were looking for?