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My name is ***** ***** I am a professional here at Just Answer. I noticed that your question had not received a response and thought I would see if you still need help with this.I apologize for the delay and I hope I can still assist you with this here.If you no longer need help post a simple reply to let me know.
If you have not had the tires checked to see if they are properly balanced this needs to be done.If any of the tires are out of balance on the wheels this will cause this issue.Also, a bent wheel would cause this fault or a tire that is " out of round " or damaged needing to be replaced.These all need to be checked into to then locate and repair this fault here.If these were all already checked let me know.
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Your welcome Melitta
Does the steering wheel actually shake with this issue?If it does if you apply the brake pedal does it stop or get any better?
O.k. I don't see any technical service bulletins on this fault.I did some searching and found the most common cause is failing ball joints in the control arms.This is the most common cause of the feel you have.Also the second most was a weak or worn shock/strut causing a shimmy play feel when driving.If the suspension shocks/struts and ball joints were not checked this needs to be done.
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