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IF I DRIVE 120K/M PER HOUR I FEEL A VIBRATION ON MY PEDAL,

OVER 120 K/M TO 140 K/M IS FINE,JUST WHEN I REACH 120K/METERS I FEEL THE VIBRATION.

is it the wheel alignment that cause-ing that?

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Yes it is and there could also be the problem of your car's staring shaft.. which if get lose then you can not direct the car to turn right or left...

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