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Vibration and steering issues in 2001 Ford Mustang 3.8

#1.Sometimes at 40mph and always at 65 mph there is a vibration?

#2.When driving around a corner the steering makes a noise?

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1-have wheel blancing.
2-check front wheel rim any damage
3-have same front tire
4-check your drive shaft
5-also steering joints
6-check your suspention

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