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This can be caused by a variety of reasons depending on make and model. If you have ONE newer tire than the rest, wet/slippery road conditions, loose/worn wheel bearing, poor connections at ABS sensors or bad sensors. I would have the system scanned to determine the affected wheel. In a lot of cases, especially on trucks, play in the wheel hub assembly is a major cause
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