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Originally Posted by Furious
hmmm, always the hardest to diagnose because so many things can cause it, however im assuming a bad alignment you would notice other problems as well and usually a real bad wobble caused by an alignment would be a pretty consistant thing.
wheel balance could be the culprit, if a wheel weight or you have drastically bent your rim enough to cause these problems , again it would be pretty consistant.
my favorite choice for this problem is always aimed at brakes, i dunno how old your calipers are but you may be suffering for caliper seizing, i had this personally happen to me, where the car would shake pretty violently very irratically, sometimes for a while sometimes not at all, no pattern, braking habbits didnt effect it.this is a not a common thing but does happen often enough not to seriously look at it... check for early signs, look through the rims and see if any of the brakes seem to have excessively more wear than the rest.
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