Hi everyone. I have a 2001 Corolla that vibrates pretty strongly whenever I am making a right turn. Has anyone else experienced this.
<br/> Car has 125k miles
<br/> Tires are newish
<br/> Alignment and rotation done recently (car vibrated before this).
<br/> Feels as if the entire care is shaking and vibrating.
<br/> Can feel it in the steering wheel, but it doesn't feel as if it is originating from the steering wheel. Everyone in the car can feel it.
<br/> Can not feel it coming from the pedal.
<br/> When it happens:
<br/> When I make a right turn, but mostly when the turn is pretty wide - like when entering a freeway onramp or when on a windy road. Much less so if any when making a hard right turn from a stop (maybe because I'm going slow?).
<br/> Happens at pretty large range of speeds in the range of 15-55 mph, give or take. Seems to increase vibration when going faster but pretty noticeable at lower speeds.
<br/> Importantly, the vibration stops if I am not accelerating or braking. Only when foot is on the gas.
<br/> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.