Sep 01, 2020 · Usually, when you have weak bearings, the steering wheel shakes when the car turns to any direction. If your car passes on a straight road, your damaged bearings won't trigger shaking. Bad bearings normally trigger a noise that comes from your wheels. You can remove and check your bearings for damage.
May 09, 2013 · It happened to me going 95mph on the highway. The noise would start after 45mph. But going under 45mph everything was normal. Today I looked under, I discovered that the plastic cover under the car had come off a little. Which made sense it only started after 45mph because of the wind it would start shaking and make a shaky like pump noise.
Sep 10, 2019 · Causes of Car Shaking When Braking 1. Tires: The most common cause of a car to shake when braking is related to tires. When tires get out of balance, then the steering wheel shakes, causing the whole car to vibrate. The shaking can start around 50-55 miles per hour. Since it’s such a basic issue, it should be regularly checked.
Mar 24, 2012 · As speed increases, the tire will hop as though it’s imbalanced, even if the balance is perfect. A high or low spot in the wheel will have a similar effect. A wheel balancer with a road force roller will help you find the weak/stiff spots in the tire carcass and any high or low spots in the wheel.