Q: Feels like my car has a hard time with sharp turns

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When I turn the steering wheel sharply (like getting out of a tight parallel parking space) and drive forward holding the steering wheel in that tight turning position, the car shakes and the steering wheel wants to pull to the opposite side. I haven't heard any noises, but it feels like the axel is going to break. When I reach speeds of 70-80 mph, I can feel the car shakes more and I can see the headrests in the backseat shaking very noticeably.

My car has 59000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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