2016 Dodge Challenger SXT 6 Cyl 3.60L
Steering & Suspension
Ongoing steering issue
My car currently has 16,000 Miles and the issue started at about 9,000 miles. When braking I notice a slight vibration in the steering wheel (not the heavy vibration caused by rotor issues, etc). The other occurrence of this issue is when driving over any slight bump, crack, uneven road, etc. The steering wheel itself moves around (almost as if it bounces back and forth drastically). I don't feel like I lose complete control of the car, but it definitely did not do this for the first 9,000 miles of driving. I have driven about 5-10 other cars over the SAME roads to compare the scenarios and my car is the only one where it bounces around. When driving at higher speeds, these bumps feel like I would literally lose control of the car if I wasn't already mentally prepared to handle it. The vibration goes away after doing a car alignment, but then gradually comes back over time...3 different dealer/repair shops cannot diagnose this. Any ideas?
Teddy B 8/7/2018
Wheel Alignment is not done to correct any Vibration Issues.