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Old 11 Mar 2012, 07:46 pm
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Default my 98 Accord shakes at 60. why?

When I get to 60hz and up the car shakes. I feel it more in the seat rather than the wheel. Then when i brake I feel it shake in the seat.

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Old 11 Mar 2012, 08:16 pm
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You need to go have your suspension and steering parts checked as well as your tires ( no not just balanced but actually checked for a bad tire ) Could be several things from bad control arm bushings to bad inner and or outer tie rod ends to bad ball joints or even a bad cv axle. If it shakes when you hit the brakes then you might have some warped brake rotors too.
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