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Have you checked the vehicle over for any loose suspension parts? Does it pull? How are the brakes? do they pulsate?
Did they check the tires for cupped edges?
Maybe a loose wheel bearing.
You need to lift the front tires off the ground and shake them side to side and top to bottom feeling for loose parts.
Could also be related to the brakes. If the rotors are warped significantly.
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Yes, but techs at goodyear are not as experienced as Dealer techs usually.
The brakes could cause a vibration.
That could also cause a vibration if you have loose suspension parts.
That is front, rear does not have those parts.
You could have a problem with the VSS sensor, or the gauge.
The speedo clusters are a common problem.
I meant instrument cluster.
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