Question about Ford Taurus
It would be one of two things.....most commonly, there is a busted belt in one of the tires. Hitting a chuck hole pretty hard will cause this, or a curb.....the other would be that one of the balance weights is gone, causing the tire to be out of balance.....
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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