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Jack the car up at that corner, grap the wheel at 3 and 9 o'clock and move it back and forth. This sounds like a tie rod problem. Spin the wheel and check for a bulge in the tire such as a shifted belt. maybe the tire is warped. it will cause the tire and steering wheel to shake. I'd get the wheel balanced ... have a quick look and see if any of the little metal things that are used in balancing are obviously missing/have fallen off etc. You should see a mark on the wheel rim where the little lead weight used to be. Not likely tire balance, that is typical of higher speed vibration. Grab the tire 12 and 6 o'clock check to see if you have play ! this is easier of coarse when the tire is in the air , it could be that your lock nut has back off on the spidle of the half shat , or your bearings in the hub are going out ! be carefull driving this neon !!! Good Luck ! I forgot one thing also check you tie rods to your rack and pinion ! Again Good Luck !

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Q: What is wrong with a 1998 Dodge Neon front driver side tire that would make it wobble when you do over 30mph and the steering wheel is a little loose?
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