>I've got a 1991 240 wagon (160K) with a shake in the steering column
>from 40-50 mph (just got used tires put on the front to replace worn
>ones, I suspect that they're the problem). I'm new to Philly, any
>recommendations for mechanics?
Go back to the tie store and tell them about it. They might recheck
the balance at no charge or you may even have a bad tire. Start with
that. That's assuming that the shake started with the installation of
teh new tires.
After that, look for any foreign car repair shop - pick 3. Have each
of them inspect the front end and see if their results agree. This way
YOU can find a good shop just by talking to the folks.
Randy & \ \/ /alerie's
'90 245 Estate - '93 965 Estate
"Shelby" & "Kate"