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Q: frontend vibration on 1997 Dodge Dakota

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i have a vibration not only at city speeds but highway speeds also gets worse at highway speeds
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There are many things that could cause vibration in the front end. There's bad wheel balance, loose tierod ends, loose steering box, pitman arm, loose idler arm or ball joints. You could have a bent wheel, out-of-round tires or tread separation. For starters. You could go to an alignment shop or a Dodge specialist for help.
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