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Q: car shakes when I drive

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how much to repair a control arm?

My car has 76000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello there. Usually when you want to repair an issue causing a vibration in the steering wheel, the best first step is to have the problem correctly diagnosed. You can request a steering wheel vibration inspection which will allow one of our mobile mechanics to come to your location and determine exactly what needs to be replaced to resolve the symptoms. You can also get estimates on control arm replacement by clicking this link.

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