Having problems with your 2005 Ford Focus ?

I have front end vibration that is not caused by alignment. New tires on all four wheels but still have alot of front end vibration. Car is a 2004 Hyundai Tiburon. this information is helpful but not exactly. i also have vibration while driving at 60-70 mph. tires were just rotated. no shimmy in the steering wheel or looseness. the car does not pull to the left or right when braking and it is serviced on a regular basis (2005 ford focus). i'm apprehensive about taking it to the garage as i fee

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-09-2017

Answers :

I would suggest going to a local shop and asking that they balance your wheels. It should take about half an hour and should cost less than $30.

It is possible that one of your wheels has lost a weight that had been\015\012installed when you had your tires mounted. This is common.

Unbalanced wheels are the cause of 90% of vibrations that we come across in our shop.


Hope I can help...but you have conflicting symptoms. IE... front end vibration but no shimmy in steering wheel?
\015\012Let me tell you this: If you feel the vibration when cruising(no brake & not accellerating) @ 60-70 mph; then 95% of the time it is in the tire/wheel/balance combination. (I know you said they were new but could still be out-of-round)
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