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On the driver side back tire makes a vibrating sound and when it gets up to 70 and over it shacks a lot. How can i fix that.

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Probably has a cord separating in the tire.

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Rotate and balance tires , it should either go away or change positions on the car , if it doesn't check wheel bearings and other part related ...

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