Hi scotty! I know you don't have skoda's in the US, but they are as good as makes no difference the…

Jazzman

Hi scotty!
I know you don't have skoda's in the US, but they are as good as makes no difference the same as volkswagen. I have a Skoda Yeti 4x4 that has 120 000 miles. The car feels unstable at high speeds. I replaced all the bushings and checked the ball joints which are in perfect solid order. The car looks clean and feels solid at the wheels when I shake them. However it feels so unstable going more than 100miles/hour (which is legal here). It never felt that way before. The tyres are pretty worn and the shocks have never been replaced but they look and feel good. Could you please help me figure out what this is, it's starting to get dangerous. THANK YOU!!!

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Jazzman
Jazzman

Thanks guys. True about the brick but it used to fly down the road no problem. I'll get the tires replaced and do the shocks myself. Thanks a bunch!

Pfft13
Pfft13

The shocks are probably going bad. Try bouncing the car by pushing on it. Also look up vids on identifying bad shocks. Also, check for bent rims and missing wheel weights.

Arctic_Avenger
Arctic_Avenger

Tyres probably, and the fact that it's as aerodynamic as a brick wall