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Intermittent Vibration with car

Ever since I purchased my 2007 A4 2.0 Audi, I have had a vibration in the front end at variable highway speeds. I have taken it back to the dealer at least 6-7 times about this, and each time, I get a different response. I had a similiar problem with my other vehicle and after changing tires, front end alignment, struts, rotate and balance, the problem was the motor mounts.
I have repeatedly asked the service department to check the motor mounts and I don't think they have....I am pretty sure they just make me wait a few hours and tell me something new like, "It will vibrate when you are on the interstate and there is a truck around." DAH! The car vibrates when there are no trucks around!!! My car only has 22,000 miles on it - what could be the problem?

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Can you bring it to a local mechanic who works for him self easier to talk to . because it will be straight to him not to a receptionist. and should be cheaper too. joe

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