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Vibration in front end particularly in the drivers side when accelerating or turning right

Vibration problem when turning right or accelerating

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First i would check your cv joints. if thos look good it could be as simple as needing a front end alignment or a steel band in your tire busted check for deformitys in your front tires also

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