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I have a 99 grand cher front shimmy problem it only does it 50 mph

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Have your tires balanced. a warped brake rotor can do it, wheel bearings also.

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My vehicle has 120,000 miles. Now I am getting a front shimmy at low speed, 20-30 mph. Possible problems?


Could be several things, including a bad tire or bent rim.
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When i use the brakes over 50 mph the front shakes. between 40 and 50 mph theres a little shaking, below 40mph its brakes smooths


A slight shimmy under braking is usually the result of a brake rotor that is not true. Sounds like you may have a warpped brake rotor...I would check that, and your front suspension componets for wear.... I hope this helps.

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Time for a front end check, like idler arms, steering links etc for too much play.

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Van seems to wobble when the speed gets brtween 35 and 50 mph


Have your van checked for alignment, camber and have those front tires balanced.

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