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My 1997 ford expediton seems to wobble a little

When you starte out from a stop there is some wobbling or swaying then it seems to stop when your driving

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Check to make sure the tire have the right a mount of air in them and also check out the sway bar also to make sure they has all of it rubber parts and its not crack in anyway.

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