Issues that can cause a car to vibrate on acceleration include bad brake pads or disks. The car may be out of alignment, or there may be worn front suspension parts.
If the brake pads or disks are the problem, then replacing them should eliminate the shaking. When you replace one side, replace the other. If the alignment is bad, get the car aligned to make the vibration stop. If a front suspension part has become worn, the exact part must be determined and replaced. These parts include the tie rods, ball joints, steering rack, wheel bearing, strut bearing and struts.Learn More
Headquartered in Heathrow, Fla, "AAA" stands for "American Automobile Association." The organization was founded in 1902 for the purpose of advocating driver and passenger rights, fair laws and safer vehicles that make driving more enjoyable.Full Answer >
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Use a torque angle gauge by tightening a fastener to the recommended torque value, place the gauge on the fastener, and tighten it to the recommended angle with the torque wrench. Use the torque angle gauge with a torque wrench to tighten all fasteners on a component.Full Answer >
A driver can tell if their car bearings are going bad by rocking the tire. A noise while driving does not always indicate a bad bearing.Full Answer >