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1998 Mazda Millenia Shaking fron end at 40 mph.. any clues??

Car shakes from front rigt tire at 40 mph only when on gas.. Actual shaking occurs from 37 mph to 40 mph, and only when accelerating after that smooth sailing.. anyway i have no clue if its a ball joint, bent rim, strut, shock, inner or outer tire rod end.. anyone have any clues??

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Not only tire balance but car alignment as well.

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Get your tires checked out, you may have a seperated tire, or may need to get the balanced checked. and check your air pressure. then while your at the shop get your suspension checked out. while its up in the air.

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