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My husband bought me a 2016 ATS just over a year ago. A few months back I started having shaking in the front end it happens when I get to 45 miles an hour to 55 miles an hour feels like it’s in the wheels. I need help to figure out what is causing this.
I’ve read a few forums on this and apparently people have had this issue but I haven’t researched it in depth. It is not when I’m braking just when I’m driving and always starts about 45 miles an hour.
 

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Have your friendly local Mom & Pop shop check the front wheels, tires, and brake rotors for runout (wobble). Make sure the tires are inflated to the pressures recommended on the driver's door frame sticker. Make sure the wheel lug nuts are correctly torqued to spec. Cough up the money for a Hunter Road Force balance job.

It's all normal maintenance.

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Pretty much sums it all up. Good luck with this, it should be taken care of by a competent shop.
 
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