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Hello, and welcome to the forums.

A possible cause of wobbling (or shaking) may be a bad wheel bearing. There's a number of other reasons listed in the service manual that can cause vibration or shaking. These include (but aren't limited to) wheel alignment, wheel balance, driveshaft balance, worn U-joints....

Try a search here, using shaking or vibration, for example, and see what others have suggested.

Good luck to you.
 

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how long has it been doing this? did it suddenly start? if it did then it'd not the wheel bearing, have somone drive your car and have a look at the wheel that is giving you trouble.

you might want to check out this website, it will explain all possible wheel parameters in detail.

http://www.chris-longhurst.com/carbibles/index.html

have a look at his "suspension" and "wheel and tire" links on the sidebar, it will tell you a lot about how it works and what problems each kind causes.

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