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Or you just had tires put on spoke hubs and you didn't true them up. Or if it's in the steering then it could be worn out tie rod ends. Or if it's a slower rhythmic vibration that is related to vehicle speed not engine speed then you could have a bubble in the tread of one of your tires, in which case you'll find out pretty soon when the tire blows up what the vibration was.

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I’m thinking possibly fuel pump or a bad injector you might try running it on a Dino machine but yes a lot of times it’s the tires they tell me a especially bias..good luck ...bob

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