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Front driver side tire shakes when driving

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Most likely your tire is unbalanced. You may have ht a small pot hole and lost the balancing weight. Another senerio is a bad tie rod or CV joint but I would start with getting it rebalanced and have the tech check your tie rods and cv joint while he has the wheel off and the vehicle is in the air.

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