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Front of my 2001 Ford Taurus wobbles (steering wheel twists in hand) at low speeds (10-50 mph) and as I get going faster it goes away. Have checked the new tires for balance and dirt in hubs (nothing). This happens occasionally, not all the time. Sometimes it just goes away. It does go away when I increase the speed above 50 mph.

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Joseph, If you have recently had your tires rotated then this can be some uneven tire wear that you are feeling at low speeds. I would visit the repair shop just to make sure.

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