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2003 pontiac vibe vibration from the front end

Once the car get above 25 I start hearing this vibration type noise once i get up to 75-80 seems to go away. cant' tellifit might be trans, wheel bearing, or maybe just alignment.

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Not trans, but could be alignment or bearing.

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