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I have a vibration opon acceleration from the mid to rear section of car in the floor area. between 10 to 30 mph. thanks frank

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One of your wheels are off balance. either that or you have a welt in a tire. either way try to pin point which side and where the vibration is in your car and go get the wheels balanced.

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