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Left front vibrates at 120kph

Left front vibrates when pulling off and at 120kph

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Check tire air pressure, both tire should have equal air pressure!
if pressure is OK, your car left front tire may have part that are worn out already and needs to be replaced. Ex: tie rod end or bearings.

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