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Q: Tires are vibrating

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The tires on my van are vibrating.

The tires would need to checked to see if any damage to the tires is found and if the tires are properly balanced. If you added any tire sealer to a tire to try and seal a leak, then the tire would vibrate from the liquid in it. If you need to have this checked The tire would need to be cleaned, repaired, and then balanced by a tire shop.

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