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New struts, mounts, inner tierod,lower ball joint,new tires, wheel alignment, tire balance......... still vibrates at high speed.........2000 grand caravan 3.0 ..... what could be my problem?

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Outer tie rod ends seems to be the only thing not on your list. or could be misaligned

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