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Front end wobble

The front end of my van developed a serious wobble. Worse at low speeds while turning right, van aslo pulls to right. I checked the wheel berrings and all seems fine, any help?

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An easily overlooked problem that can have these symptoms is low tire pressure. Examine your tire for excessive wear or a flat spot. Check your tire pressures. If all this seems fine, rotate your tires to see if that helps the problem. If so, replace the suspect tire.

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