Question about 2006 Honda Fit
Have your mechanic check the Toe-in Toe-out setting of the front wheels. Also have the Suspension Bushings checked (one might be cracked). Also another possibility is simply Wheel Balancing although is should have been done once you bought the new tires.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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