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I have a 93 Lude, lately its been shakin at freeway speeds (65+) , feels like the car is bobbin around and sometimes it jolts to the left then goes straight again. Wat can the problem be? I balanced the wheels and the problem is still there but only noticeable above 65mph.
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Have you checked all the ball joints? Being an older car if they've never been changed it's possible they could be loose and cause problems.
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I'll get to checkin them never thought bout that, most of the ppl that have seen it say it could be the struts need to be changed.
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You ever see the movie Uncle Buck? You know how he has that POS car that whenever he hits a bump the back end keeps bouncing? That's what happens when struts go bad, I've never seen bad struts do what your describing. If the alignment is bad it will be a constant pulling generally, so loose ball joints are the only thing I could think of myself, unless there's something wrong with the steering itself, but I've never seen anything like that personally.
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

yea, the steering wheel doesnt vibrate or anything so i dont think its dat...and it doesnt really pull constantly so i doubt alignment...and for the struts when i hit a dip it bounces and hits the tires somewhat and when i push on them them bounce a lot... but wat should i look for in the ball joints??
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

Get a jack and raise each side up and try wobbling the wheels around. The tire should NOT wobble, and if it does, take off the wheel and you should be able to move the hub around to pin point which one is worn.

It does sound like you struts may be blown too, is your car lowered and on stock struts?
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

I tested the wheels and they dont wobble in any direction. Yea they are the stock struts and a bit lowered.
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Maybe its just cold..... Only jokes man but check the alignment and maybe if you have the cash or a good friend have a mechanic look at it. Always better to be on the safe side
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Thanks bro...yea i had a friend check it out that works on cars.. he gonna really look at it and says i might have blown shocks either way so to replace them.
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

Yeah you shouldn't be lowered at all on stock struts anyway. Trust me haha. I would definitely say balljoints as well. Check dem bad bears!
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

Could be balljoints, i have also had the same thing happen with a wheel bearing going out, jack up the car like the other dude said and feel for slop in the bearing, it is easier to pinpoint it with the wheel off, just push up and down on the lug studs. (usually the slop will be up and down).
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It could be a chewed up axle or even worse...the differential. Put it on a lift and see where the wobbling is coming from.
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

I was reading this and this morning I was going to the airport and I felt a vibrating in my wheels when i accelerated up to 65+ as well. I have low profile tires with nitrogen fill and I thought that was it, but these tires are new. Do you guys think I am having the same problem....mine is a 92 prelude.
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DludeD, do you only feel it while you're on the gas, in gear? Does it go away if you shift into neutral?
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

I have the same wobble but was told it was from my wheel spacers and my 5 lug conversion. but my spacres are all hub centric can good quality H&Rs (not cheap **** on e-bay)

I also double and tripple chcked for wobble in the hubs/bearings beacuse we all know that to be a problem with teh 5 lug swap, (my washers did the job and theres no wobble therE)

I figured maybe my tires are a little egg shaped cuz they're cheap nexens but they are also brand new .

I've been road force blananced 3 times now so I dont thinkt hats a problem


Strangely, my wobble only comes up in the steering wheel (not in the whole car) and it only happens when I'M NOT on the gas. If i'm hitting the gas (not even a lot, just a little hell even cruise control on) the wobble disappears.

Does that make sense to anyone? why would the wobble only appear 'when coasting' ?
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

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DludeD, do you only feel it while you're on the gas, in gear? Does it go away if you shift into neutral?
That is correct. Before it only did it on the interstate/highway/motorway whatever you want to call it, now it is doing it more when I get up over a certain speed limit.
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Re: Lude Shakin!!

Definitely sounds like something in the driveline...I.E. axles, driveshaft, cv shafts, or a combination of them.
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ok...im gonna try and explain this very basically.

i have the same problem only i waited till mine was terribly bad. if yours shakes only when you accelerate then it is most likely inner cv joints. that is what happened to mine. i almost guarentee thats your problem and anyone else who has this problem. mine initiolly only shook when i got up to about 55-65. now it shakes anytime over 20. i waited so long to fix it that all but one of my drive shaft bracket bolts fell out and i almost lost my whole drive shaft.

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how you check to see if the cv shafts are bad is by jacking up the car and wiggling the cv shafts and the joints. you shouldnt need to worry about your outer cv joints (the ones closest to the wheels) unless you hear them knocking when you turn. if you are under the car you should try to push and pull them towards the top and bottum of your car. if that makes sence. dont shake them side to side like towards your wheels. it should be front to back or up and down. if there is any play or looseness in them then you know they are bad. if thats the case you should probably replace the drive shaft also.
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how much money are we talking here...I know drive shafts are not cheap and same can be said about CV Joints.
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I checked tonight when I got home an you houldnt ned to replace the drve shaft. you might have to replace the joint that connects the drive shavt to the cv joint. my cv shasts on my 92 si cost 47 dollars a side. I couldn't get the price on the joint but its prolly not expensive. to check if you need the joint just follow the same steps I explaned earlier except shake the drive shaft directly to the right of the joint that connects the drive shaft and the cv shaft. if the drive shaft has some play or moves a little then the joint is bad. as far as I know the drive shaft doesn't have to be replaced.
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ok...im gonna try and explain this very basically.

i have the same problem only i waited till mine was terribly bad. if yours shakes only when you accelerate then it is most likely inner cv joints. that is what happened to mine. i almost guarentee thats your problem and anyone else who has this problem. mine initiolly only shook when i got up to about 55-65. now it shakes anytime over 20. i waited so long to fix it that all but one of my drive shaft bracket bolts fell out and i almost lost my whole drive shaft.

dbd6604 has experianced the death shake in my car!

how you check to see if the cv shafts are bad is by jacking up the car and wiggling the cv shafts and the joints. you shouldnt need to worry about your outer cv joints (the ones closest to the wheels) unless you hear them knocking when you turn. if you are under the car you should try to push and pull them towards the top and bottum of your car. if that makes sence. dont shake them side to side like towards your wheels. it should be front to back or up and down. if there is any play or looseness in them then you know they are bad. if thats the case you should probably replace the drive shaft also.
I'm gonna check as soon as I can see if if theres any looseness around the cv joints and drive shaft. Hopefully this is the problem and can fix it and drive smooth again. Yea I feel it getting worse too.
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My steering wheel shakes around 60mph on the highway. I might get my wheels balanced tomorrow and see if it fixes the problem. : /
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My steering wheel shakes around 60mph on the highway. I might get my wheels balanced tomorrow and see if it fixes the problem. : /
if your steering wheel moves side to side then you might have a belt broken in one of your tires. you can check this buy feeling if there are any flat spots or buldges on your tires.
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It does move from side to side.
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I would say balljoints but I KNOW that isn't a possibility for you Brian. If it still does it after you get your wheels balanced, maybe your rotors are warped a little bit?
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warped rotors wont make the steering wheel wable. the ball joint might. also it could be a tie rod end. i replaced my ball joint and my steering wheel kept movng side to side until i replaced the tie rod end.
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how do you adjust the tie rod end to the way it should be?

i mean the thing just screws on, is that wahts adjusted when an alignment is done?
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Does that make sense to anyone? why would the wobble only appear 'when coasting' ?
anyone have an answer for this? the vibration for me goes away when i'm accelerating.
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