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Tires out of balance, bent wheel, or worn suspension parts.
Could be a wheel weight missing, a bad ball joint or a bad shock.
bad front brakes.
It's possible, but there are other causes too. Alignment, shocks and front wheel bearings can all cause this.
Probably wheel balance but I would also check out the front end suspension and steering components. A radial tire could have a separated belt also.
try balancing the front wheels
Most like ly cause is a tire out of balance or bent wheel. Could also be the strut or a problem with the steering gera itself. I'm betting it in one or both of your front tires.
Kinetic Energy helps the car wheel spin...
Most likely cause is out of balance wheels. Get your wheels balanced by your garage or tyre specialist.
Tires out of balance