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Viberation in front right 2001 pontiac grand am

Replaced cv joint,wheel bearing,rotor,rim,tire,control arm bushings and the rest of the frontend is fine.can someone please tell me whats wrong with my car....

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You may have a problem with your abs sensor

also check the harmonic balancer on the crank shaft

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