The steering Wheel in our '05 Honda Odyssey wobbles when we are going straight and slow. When I am above say 40 the wobble is almost gone, when we are turning (either direction) the wobble is not there. It seems as though the alignment is off a bit too, but with the wobble it is hard to tell.
The wobble does not increase with the use of the breaks (had warped rotors in my other car, so I was looking for that). My friend said that this was a problem with the tires.
The front tires have less tread then the rear, but it feels like there is enough there.
- Could this be a strictly needs a tire problem, and that new tires would fix?
Do I tell the garage to fix the alignment also, I was told last time that they can not "check" the alignment, only adjust it.
What should I be telling the shop to do here?