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Question DetailsAsked on 6/30/2013

2004 Mitsubishi XLS AWD, steering wheel shakes at speeds over 65 MPH. Need reasonable price for repair

Not sure of issue, whether it is ball joints, warped routers or front end issue.

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Could be a number of things. Cheapest place to start is to rotate the tires. If the front tires are out of balance, it could cause the high speed shimmy. Rotate the tires and if the shimmy moves from the steering wheel to the seat of your pants, the tires may be out of balance or separated.

After that have the front end checked out. Check the tie rod ends (inner and outer) for play. If you can move a tie rod end by hand, they need replacing.

Delaying in getting it fixed will eat up the tires.

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