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· Apprentice Technician
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before you rip out the steering rack take a look at the wheels, ball joints, steering linkage.... pretty much the entire front suspension. There are a shit ton of different things that will make that happen. AND you are looking at doing the most expensive cause first. Also look at the tire wear. Chopped tires can also cause similar issues.
vouch that. tire wear or even low tire pressure is more commonly the cause of steering column shake. double check everything before ripping and tearing. and jump in and join the auto to manual swap club!!
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