Vehicle suspension works with a variation of parts. It consist of different combinations of coil springs, leaf springs, torsion bars, sway bars, struts and more. The suspension parts system is actually part of the vehicle chassis. It is connected to the frame and wheels while the body sits on top. The suspension system supports the weight of everything connected to the body. It absorbs and softens shock and it keeps the wheels connected to the road, implementing a smoother ride.
One of the signs of damage to one or more of your suspension parts is vibration. If you “feel” vibration in your steering wheel, you need to either perform a inspection of your suspension system or take it to mechanic. The more common culprit of vibrations is the tires, however it could be anything from the tie rod ends to the idler arm.