Front End Wobble At Low Speeds

In most cases, the source of steering wheel vibration is the tires (since one directly controls the other), and the problem can usually be fixed with a quick tire balance. Under or over-inflation could also cause issues, so ensure all tires are properly inflated.

Why does my front end wobble at low speed?

If you feel a considerable amount of wobble at low speeds, we recommend you head immediately to a reputable wheel and tire shop. The most common cause will be a severely bent wheel. This is highly common if you live in an area with large potholes. A very common issue can also be a separated tire.

Why does my car wobble at low speed?

car wobble and/or steering wheel vibration/shimmy at low speeds is most always caused by steering/suspension problems. Worn/damaged steering/suspension components including a worn steering gear rack (too much play), etc…

What can cause front end wobble?

If your steering wheel is wobbling too much, it could be a sign that the wheel bearings, tie rod ends, or ball joints are damaged. To help a mechanic diagnose and resolve this problem, take note of when you’re experiencing the most shake while driving.