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when im goin down the road, say around 50-60, theres a shaking in the steering column, the shaking goes away as the speed drops, you can also feel it very very slightly in idle. anyone have any idea? oh, and its only the steering column, not the entire car.
 

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ohh true...

i didnt read the part that said it happens at idle.. its strange for me then...

idk what could be happening
 

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i dont think i explained it right, you guys are probably right on track, but its not the rotors cause theyre new, only about 6 months old. anything else like a bad wheel bearing or something?
 

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im gonna go take a drive real fast to better explain everything, brb.
 

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Rack & Pinion mount?? :confused:
 

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As for the shaking at speed, having the front tires rebalanced should fix that.
Not sure what the shake at idle could be, too many possibilities.
 

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could a wheel bearing also be a possibility at all?
 

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you would more than likely hear a screech or something if it was a wheel bearing i would think
 

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i replaced my wheel bearings about a year ago and it was nice because there was a lot less noise inside but it didn't make anything a lot smoother...
 
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