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Mazda tribute 2005 2.3L 4WD Ty
Try getting your tires balanced. If that does not work try an alignment and get the front suspension checked out. Could possibly be dented rims too if you hit a pothole but that's less likely.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
iam am no doubt totally wrong here ,but i would first of all check the power steering fluid level ,then turn steering from left to right with engine running and check the fluid level again
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
Even though your anit-lock brake system light comes on, dosen't mean your brakes will not work. All the ABS does, when applying the breaks, it compensates breaking power like pulsating your pads off and on the rotor in which without ABS your doing the same thing manually by pressing n releasing the brake pedal. And usually half the time it's a sensor that goes out and can be checked at your local autozone or auto parts store where they can plug into your car and will display a code that pertains to your ABS problem. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2012
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