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Answered 2007-09-25 05:37:09

Of coarse balance of the wheels and alignment have a big part in vibration of a vehicle. If those are in specification, loose parts can play a big role for vibration. Inner and outer tie rod ends. ball joints, wheel bearings. I had a customer come in once and complained about a shake. the wheels were in perfect balance but before doing the alignment i always do a thuro inspection of the suspention. Believe it or not I told him it was a loose wheel bearing. He said nonscense the vehicle only has 10,000 miles on it. I said ok and on the way he went. He actually came back and apoligized to me after taking it to the dealer that replaced the wheel bearing. He has been a customer of mine ever since.

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