VIBRATION

2008 Dodge Charger

Tiny

nubani2000

May, 10, 2010 AT 7:46 AM

Ok. Sir. Last thing I did, replaced the tension struts and road force balance tires, which I think they did a great job, although, they said it was difficult to balance these tires on road force were they had to match the rim with tires. Anyway. Test drove and my complaint about shimmying at 60mph and up had transferred into pulsating (tapping) in steering wheel without a shimmy. The higher the speed the higher is the pulsating, almost into a shimmy. It is an improvement but still cant explain the bad pulse, it feels as if the steering is vibrating but its not. Its tapping on the steering wheel, which was already there before, but transferred into a shimmy too soon.
So now I have almost no shimmy but left with bad tapping on steering wheel at all speeds after 60mph.
The only thing I noticed recently when they had the car up without the wheels, is the rotors, you can move the rotors in and out of the studs easily by hand, is that normal? Have not changed the steering rack yet because thats the most expensive part, so iam leaving that for last. What do you think? Thanks

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