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Car tires wobble at low speeds

At low speeds the car wobbles and sways side to side, but at higher speeds the car becomes more stable.

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Rim may have a dent or a weel balance weight may have fallen off.

Have the balance checked before your tires develop abnormal wear.

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Posted on May 18, 2009

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Had this happen to my 04 Buick Regal. It wobbled until you went about 30 mmiles per hour. The problem was a broken steel belt in one of the rear tires. I replaced the tire and the problem was solved.

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Checked the inner tire rod bushing on the rack and pinion. 2000 chrysler concorde have a known defect that the bushing wear out prematurely due to the design of the steering.

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