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Volvo 2002 s60.. when driving the car vibrates alot.. especially when i hit the gas to increase speed. i can feel the vibrating in the steering alittle, but also dash seat... also feels like the front wheels are dragging.. I already had wheel balance and rotated.. that is not the problem it is something else.

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Sounds like your break rotors may be warped or a tie rod or stabizer bar is going bad.

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