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on both my Camrys, i had this problem. You could really notice it when you were driving down the road going 40-60 mph and punch the gas - car would vibrate, let off the gas - vibration stops, punch the gas - car vibrates...... On both, it was the CV joints. It is much easier to just replace the drive axles (with the new cv joints and boots already installed). For my last replacement, i think thy were only around $65 each.
Is the vibration all around the car ......or steering wheel.....or any other particular part?......If it is all around then I am more inclined to believe that it has something to do with spark plugs and or wires....check them out and replace as needed...Another thing that it could be is your air filter ...it may need to be cleaned or replaced. It could also be that you have warped rotors....they will cause vibration while driving ....but problem is most apparent when braking.