Question about Rover Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Could be tires, bearings or breaks. If it happens when breaking it could be the rotors are out to round. if it happens over a certain speed you may have slung a tire weight. if it happens after you have been driving for while it could be bearings. If it is bearings they will get hot. I would consider tire weights first. get the tires rotated and balanced it is the cheapest possible solution.
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