IVE RUN ACROSS A PROBLEM I HAVE NOT SEEN BEFORE

1994 Eagle Talon

Tiny

Julie Fadoir

February, 9, 2006 AT 1:08 PM

I've run across a problem I have not seen before. My Talon runs fine when the engine is cold, but as it reaches optimum running temperature the steering wheel starts to shake. Obviously, something is warming up and affecting the steering, but what? When I accelerate the vibration is less. The steering actually responds well and doesn't pull to one side or the other. I'd like to take it in and get it repaired, but I'm not sure where to go, especially since I can't take it much further than 2 or 3 miles before getting the vibration in the steering wheel. Anybody have any ideas?

1 Answer

Tiny

Jack42

February, 9, 2006 AT 5:40 PM

Both front drive axles

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