Ok. Two things to check, one you can do, the other you'll need to pay for:
1: Lift the front end evenly. Start the engine and have someone sit in the driver seat and hold the steering wheel steady. Placing your hands on the front and rear of the driver side front wheel, push and pull on the tire like you're trying to force it into a series of S-turns. Have the person holding the wheel tell you if they can feel what you're you're doing and if you're having any effect on the steering wheel. This will check for loose inner and outer tie rods, rack and pinion play, and rack and pinion assembly looseness, all of which can cause a vibration in the wheel that is also bad enough to feel in the pedals.
2: Take it to a tire shop and have the wheels balanced.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 AT 2:18 PM