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Of all the things mentioned the most common is tires being unevenly worn, out of balance or a wheel being damaged (and causing it to be out of balance). Start with a place that might offer a balance check and rotation when you go to have your oil changed next.


edit: under or over inflated tires can cause an effect similar to that of being out of balance. Check your pressures and lug nut tightness while you are getting your hands dirty.

Edited by Xeryon
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