Q: I have really bad shaking in my tires when I drive between 20 and 70 mph

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I would drive on the freeway and I would press on my brakes and my steering wheel would shake I put the issue to The side and now a different problem occurred in my car tires shakes without even pressing on my brakes now I replaced my rotors and my outer tie rod and it is still shakes

My car has 150000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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