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Steering Vibration 2005 Colorlla

Hi,
I recently changed 4 tires of my corolla. After changing the tires, I was getting vibrations on the steering when I drive above 65MPH.

Hence I took the car to the tire shop. They changed all the 4 tires again suspecting some thing wrong with the new tires. Even after changing the tires, I am still getting the vibration when I drive above 70 MPH.

Now the tire shop is saying the problems is in my car and not in the tires. But the fact is vibration has started only after changing the tires.

What could be the possible problems?

Thanks and regards,
Vikram.

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Your car needs to be aligned and balanced...

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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