Yes. It's called a steering damper. It's connected to the steering down by the center link. It was designed to eliminate torque steer from the fwd. You can get one from http://www.rockauto.com
and probably other parts stores as well. The link in the previous post lists all the part numbers and the prices.
How old are the tires on the car? There is a date code embossed in an oval on the side.
Of course old worn out or imbalanced tires can cause vibrations so just work your way through the system to isolate the cause of the vibration.
Was your car parked for a long time or was the previous owner using it? If it sat for a long time, check the tires for dry rot, flat spots, etc. Check the wheel bearings, too. Jack up the front end, grasp the tire at the top and bottom and see if you can rock it in and out. If you can, you might need ball joints.