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My 2000 grand Prix has a slight wobble only when in right hand curve's, tires are new the wobble/shimmy is felt in stearing wheel and with feet

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SOURCE: 1997 Grand Prix GT with 134,000 mi has a slight

A shimmy like that can be a few things. Places to look: Check the hub bearings. When they start going out, they will create this issue. Next, look at your tie rod ends and ball joints. These are the next most likely. Occasionally warped brake rotors will cause this as well, however you will notice it more when you are applying the brakes at higher speeds (your foot will vibrate.)

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