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My car is wobbling and it feels like it in the rear of the car. Put new sturts and sway bar bushings

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Check your tires for a broken belt. The tire is out of round when the belt slips or is broken. Sometimes a belt can go bad in a tire which has been sitting up for awhile or one that has hit a pot hole too hard or just age. Also, check the wheels the tire is mounted on for being warped or out of round which can also happen from hitting pot holes.

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Most likely one of the tires has a bad belt or out of round alot, barring anything being loose back there.

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