Vibration after alignment
So I had my front CA bushings replaced (all of them), and I was advised to do the alignment, which I did. It was OK, aside from the steering wheel that was a bit to the driver's side when going straight, so the shop adjusted that. All well, except that I get vibrations on 80 and 120 kmh (at 50 and at 75 MPH), which I know are said to be the speeds where vibrations will be felt by the driver (something about vibrations amplyfiing at those speeds). Whatever. I want it fixed, of course, although it's not some serious vibrations - but I feel them.
So what do I do? Get alignment again? Or try to see if tires are balanced first (though balanced or not, they did not vibrate before alignment & CA bushings)
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* 1994 ZJ (by VIN) with a 1995 engine (PO knows why)