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My front tires where smooth n the car was shaking, i changed the tires and the car is still doin that what would it be? PPL said alingment

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Yes, I would have the alignment checked, They'll check the front suspension parts before they do the alignment.

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you could definetely have a problem with your front end brakes, thats where i would look first, see if the pads are worn down and what kind of shape the rotors are in.
second, if you dont have brake problems, then i think id look at how the tires are wearing, you may have an alingment problem.
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