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What test to perform to determine what is causing your car to vibrate when accelerating at approx 45 mile per hour?

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2006-09-23 04:37:52
2006-09-23 04:37:52

check tire balance. check tire for seperation. loose steering or suspension parts.tire problem most likely.

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