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Front end shake at freeway speed - 1989 Ford Mustang

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Simple answers check tyre pressure and balancing

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check the tie-rod ends, control arms and antiroll bars are all secure.

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SOURCE: 98 ford windstar front end shakes while accelerating

I would go with the tie rod ends and suspension pivot points Have a wheel alignment done as caster fault will cause shakes at speed.

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