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I have vibration when i go between 70 and 80 miles per hour can you help cheers

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Front struts 60-70 mile hr shake see if there leakimg
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so tire will cause this slip belt or a bubble tire
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You may need you wheels speed balanced around 90-100 mph. Most places balance them around 50-70 mph but you usually don't tell a big difference if you go over that. One of the balance could have came off causing wobble at the higher speed.

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If the steering wheel vibrates, then the front wheel bearings need to be replaced.

If it does not, then you may simply need a front end alignment (rear if applicable for this car; mechanic will tell you) - Also, have the struts checked out, as this could be a part of the problem as well.

Or, more simply, you may have a bubble in a tire - have the tires, struts, and alignment checked. If the steering wheel shakes, have the wheel bearing replaced as well as having a front end alignment performed. Wheel bearing cannot be "tested" or "checked" as once they open it up, they need to repalce them (on front - back may be different depending on your vehicle.).


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Have the front wheels balanced

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check condition of front tire, also the balance of the fronts 65 is a common speed for tire vibration. do not overlook steering play(tie rods, ball joints) also bent wheel. any noise? could have wheel bearing issue. lots of places, like vip, pepboys, etc. will check front end for free hopeing to sell you a part. not bad deal because you do need "something" even if it is tires balanced.

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