So my car drives very smooth at certain speeds, but when I hit about 70-90 kmh range, my steering wheel is wobbly... Very noticeably wobbly... Then when I continue accelerating, it gradually goes away, but NOT completely... Still mildly noticeable.
Any idea what this could be?
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The control arm bushings do seem to wear fast, and are a "weak point" in the engineering of the bmw e36 (as far as I've experienced). It's a pretty common fix for those bushings, so it shouldn't be too expensive.
Worn, out of balance tires caused this on my car. Going to do new tires very soon. Already did the lower ball joints and control arm bushings. That ran under 400USD at the mechanic. That made a difference also.
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