Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
Hi Cyle, it sounds like there is either an imbalance in the tire pressures or your vehicle is out of alignment. I would assume that it is out of alignment, which can be fixed. The best thing to do would be to take it to a local mechanic or trusted tire store. Only they can fix the alignment and give you your smooth ride back. Good luck and take care. If you are uncertain of costs, call them ahead of time and ask for an estimate to check your tires and alignment. No one likes unpleasant surprises. Also check their consumer ratings through sources like the BBB (Better Business Bureau) or through one of the many available through a quick "Google" search. All the best. JD
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