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Loose wheel nuts. Check tightness of wheel nuts or if you are not mechanically inclined go to a tyre store and get them to check if you have missing wheel nuts or loose wheel nuts. Preferrably before the wheel comes off later on while you are driving down the road. (Happened 30 years ago to my father)
other possible things to consider
badly worn tyre
under inflated tyres
faulty shock absorbers.
bent tyre rim

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SOURCE: The tires wobble back and forth.

either the tires or tire has a broken internal cord or the wheel is bent. Any tire shop can verify this for free in most cases.

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SOURCE: my front right tire wobbles on my 2000 chevy cavalier but my tire is new

It wobbles? like when your driving it vibrates and stuff. If so its not your tire. It could be anything. Loose lug nuts. Bad Hub assembly. Suspension. Brakes. or if it really is the tire. it might be out of round. or need to be rotated to the back of the vehicle

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This is most likely an alignment issue. When you go to replace your tires, ask them to also do a total alignment and it should get rid of the problem.

Posted on Aug 21, 2012

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The very most common cause is a "belt" that has slipped or come apart inside your tire. If so, it may blow out any minute.
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