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Vibration on acceleration

When accelerating beyond 60 kph the whole car has a slight vibration which stops as soon as you hit 75 and then starts again at 90 and disappears at at arouund 100 kilometers per hour.

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Take the car to have the tires rotated and balanced. That should cure the problem unless the brake rotors are warped.

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