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Theres a vibration when I turn my wheels left or right when taking off. Feels like my brakes are catching a little bit. I changed all the pads(brake)but the problem continues.

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Wheel bearing have them checked.

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I'd start with seeing if vibration is there at all speeds...I'm assuming vibe is felt thru steering.
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