Re: [DML] Re: Steering shake
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Re: [DML] Re: Steering shake

Holy Smokes!

why Why WHY would anyone continue to drive a car that 
behaves like this?!?  If your handling is so bad you are
seeing double, STOP THE CAR!!!  DON'T CONTINUE 

Do yourself, your car, and anyone you may hit or run over
a favor and get problems with steering and brakes fixed
as soon as possible and park the car until you do.  A properly
maintained DeLorean (or any other car, for that matter)
should have NO shimmy, vibration, pull, or other handling 
quirks in normal driving.  If your car is doing this, it is trying to 
tell you it has a problem.  

Listen to the car and get it fixed - please.  


-------------- Original message from "Eric" <hollywood2311@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> The same thing happened to me when I was driving my car home for the 
> first time after I bought it. Under 40 mph, there was no shake (also 
> no shaking if the car was sitting still)...however at 70 mph, the 
> shaking was so violent that I was literally seeing double. The 
> steering wheel would start to shake, and then the whole car started 
> shaking BAD. Eventually, the shaking went away for the most part. A 
> few weeks later, I was getting the tires changed on it when I looked 
> closely to find that my tires were literally falling apart at the 
> treads. After I got the new tires on it, the car rode as smooth as 
> could be, at any speed. Not sure if that problem translates to your 
> car though, especially if your tires are relatively new... 

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