Have a 2003 t a with 56000 miles got a shake I can't find front end not tire balance related have changed shock struts check ball joints tie rods every thing good new tires as well but it won't stop

Asked by Feb 13, 2015 at 07:27 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

This is a trans am site how the fk can a
trans am not be in the s3lection

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First off they didn't make a 2003 trans am. Second this isn't a trans am site. Its a general information site where people ask questions and other people answer, some with knowledge on the topic and some without. Third your front end shake could be a broken belt in you tire or a brake caliper that is hung up if everything else is tight and new.

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Didn't know that Subaru made a Trans Am. Hmmmmm, interesting! -Jim

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