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Has the vehicle had a four wheel alignment carried out?
Is the rear end ok?
The front could be perfect and the rear could be the cause of your concern.
I would try another wheel alignment specialist.
I have seen it in a few different vehicles, mainly 4WD.
Normally insufficient positive caster is the culprit.
First thing to check is ride heights.
Any time the rear is higher than front, rather than level, the front caster is reduced.
Positive caster gives stability at speed, and the steering self centres more easily.
Sometimes a steering dampner or more heavy duty dampner helps.
Anytime I get an alignment, I ask if I can look at the figures, before and after.
Have you had any success with my suggestions?
I hope my advice has been of assistance to you.