Question about Cadillac Seville
I would first check the brake rotors. While you are at it, see if your lug nuts are tight on the wheels, and there is no run out. If brake system and wheels are good, you might have a front suspension problem. Normally it is not a broken motor mount. Rick
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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