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2012 dodge avenger knocking sound in the front end and steering wheel shaking at 60mph. Knocking can be felt on driver side

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SOURCE: car shakes when driving over 25 mph

Check for a bad tire, tie rod ends, ball joints, cv shafts.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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