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I have avibration around 60 miles per the steering wheel...any ideas?

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Yes, you need to get your front wheels balanced. Most garages or any tyre fitter.

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I have a 2002 Grand Cherokee with 208,000 miles. The engine runs great. We have had it serviced regularly including the transmission. The issue is that the steering wheel will shake and vibrate @ about 50...

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