Yes of course you will feel some vibration when hitting bumps etc thats normal with any car.
November, 20, 2011 AT 11:46 PM
In my former 2009 Toyota Camry, regardless of whatever bump or lump in the road that the car hit, I never felt anything through the steering wheel. Of course this was a more modern car.
In other words, because of an older design being a 2000 model, would the steering and/or suspension in my Marquis transmit more of the vibrations that I describe. Is it more prone to transmitting the vibrations than isolating them like the Camry did?
November, 21, 2011 AT 7:59 AM
The way that this car is designed being a 2000 is the suspension steering more likely to transmit road vibrations to the steering wheel than compared to a 2011 model.
My 2009 Toyota Camry would hit bumps on the highway, and nothing would be transmitted through the steering wheel.
November, 21, 2011 AT 5:07 PM
Yes depending on the way the steering is set up you will get more steering wheel movement. If the dealer said the front end looked good then I would say its good. Unless you want to get a second opion and take it in somewhere.
November, 22, 2011 AT 12:00 AM
PROPER TIRE PRESSURE?
SEEN THE PEON YEA-HOOS OVER PRESSURE TIRES. DON'T CARE. NOT THEIRS!
SOMETHING EZily OVERLOOKED!
November, 22, 2011 AT 1:10 AM
Thats a good point medic forgot to mention that one thanks for reminding me.