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Not 100% sure but they did mention RF wheel had a flat spot, so they rotated it to the rear. The LF wheel was quite hot compared to the RF when I just took the car for a drive as well, would that be related at all?
Yes,the flat spot in particular whether it is on the front or the rear is going to cause a vibration in the steering wheel.This would be more noticeable on the front,but will still be an issue on the rear.
Yes the control arms could cause this sort of issue,as can flat spots in the tires.The best thing to do to be sure is to run by a shop and have the vehicle lifted in the air to check out the front end and tires.