I have this vibration issue with my Subaru that I can’t seem to figure out. It’s an Outback 3.0 from 2005
When turning into a corner there is a certain point when turning the steering wheel at which I feel a small thud and then a vibration sets in.
The angle of the steering wheel is somewhere between 30 and 40 degrees.
The vibration can been felt in the steering wheel and also in the seats.
As soon as the car is driving in a straight line again the vibration is gone.
This happens at a speed of about 60kph and up.
If I keep the steering wheel just before this point there is no vibration and at lower speeds it’s not there either.
The vibration can also be induced by suddenly releasing the throttle in a corner.
If I apply the brakes while the car is vibrating it stops and comes back again when releasing the brakes.
If I apply throttle while the car is vibrating the vibration gets less, not completely gone.
The vibration is best felt when coasting through the corner.
I’ve replaced some parts which made it better, but non fixed the issue.
Kinda running out of ideas.
Anyone have an idea on what to check next?
Parts that have been replaced:
Steering rack (with rods)
Front wheel bearings
Front suspension bushings
Brake disks and pads (front + back)
Rear differential mount bushings
Propshaft u joints + rebalancing
Front wheels balanced
Switch wheels front to back (no difference)