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My ENGINE RUSN EXCELLENT BAT MY CALIPERS FREEZE AND MECHANIC SEEMS NOT TO IDENTIFY THE REAL CAUSE OF VIBRATION WHEN i GO 70 MPH ON hwy. aNY HELP

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A lot of things can cause vibrations, tires, are they wearing evenly? Are they balanced? Front end shot? A loose or sloppy tie rod end will make vibrations like the wheels are falling off, then even right out. The drive shaft bent? Hit anything in the road lately? The slightest bend, dent will cause the car to vibrate like crazy. Then even right out again.
The calipers freeze up? I don't quite understand that one, you mean the brakes lock up when you hit the peddle? That is good, you have good brakes, no ABS. Check it out. Hope this helps.

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