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1999 Plymouth Breeze 2.4 L freeway driving at 65-70 mph the cars front tires felt like they were going to buckle inward (towards the back of car, hesitate sorta feeling. Felt it more on the front driver side then the passenger side. When I felt this it only lasted long enough for me to notice it and say something to the passenger. 2 seconds? 4 wheel alignment and two new tires on rear. Car has vibration at all speeds. Thanks you

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I'd take it back,& explain & have them re-check what they did, and ask if tires were balanced.

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