Vibration in the Steering Wheel and Gas Pedal
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    Vibration in the Steering Wheel and Gas Pedal

    So after last nights storm, my WRX kinda got stuck in the snow and mud to the point where it nearly bottomed out. I began to notice after I pushed it out that anytime I go over 65mph i get a vibration in the steering wheel and gas pedal. Im thinking It might be the weight of the dried mud on the wheels causing them to be unbalanced. Any ideas?
    2013 SWP WRX Sedan
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    Invidia Catless Downpipe, Custom Short Ram Intake, Self Tuned Using ECU Flash, Romraider and Tactrix

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    Vibration in the Steering Wheel and Gas Pedal

    Clean the snow and or mud out of the wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starkall View Post
    Clean the snow and or mud out of the wheels.
    Im thinking thats what it is also, i gotta take it to the power wash to get that stuff off. Well atleast I know these things can still go off road.
    2013 SWP WRX Sedan
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    Invidia Catless Downpipe, Custom Short Ram Intake, Self Tuned Using ECU Flash, Romraider and Tactrix

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    make sure vented discs have not trapped any mud or other debris..

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