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The left front seems to be shaking when i drive,any ideas?

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WHEEL SHIMMY CAN BE CAUSED BY WORN TIE ROD ENDS,BAD WHEEL BEARINGS,WORN OUT BALL JOINTS,WHEEL OUT OF BALANCE OR FRONT END NEEDS ALIGNMENT.

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SOURCE: 2000 gmc safari and the front seems to be left

could be wheel bearing but theese vans are know to have idler arms to wear out and also front shocks so check theese and replace also make sur to get a new alignment

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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