I'd like to answer your question, but I don't understand what you are asking. So, I am going to take a shot in the dark and provide the following details. Approximately 6 weeks ago I began to have a problem with the above car shaking & wobbling. It was more noticeable on the back end. I took it in for an alignment and I found out the back tires were worn (on the inside down to the steel belt). I was quite surprised about this as the tires were newly purchased less than 1 year ago. So, I had the car aligned and put new tires on. Same problem reoccurred on the back tires, so I changed the back tires again. This time the tire technician told me there is something wrong with the bushings (?) In the rear wheels and that the back end is way off. So far in fact, that they couldn't get the back to align correctly. He further stated the part that I need to correct this problem cost $1800 (not including labor). My car is a 1999 with 200K miles, and although I love this car (and it's the 1st major problem I've had with it) I do not want to invest this much money. Since I've had the car aligned and tires changes, the shaking is less. However, when I pick up speed (55 miles/hour or more, or drive on a wet or icy surface), go over bumpy road surface the back end begins to slide. The car seems to slide more to the left now, where as before the entire back end fishtailed and it was difficult to maintain control.
Any help/suggestion/advice you offer will be greatly appreciated.
Monday, February 15th, 2010 AT 8:16 AM