Have you recently replaced the tires? if so, go back and ask for a road force test.....some tires are well above the limit allowed(defective) and I would recommend sticking with the same tire that was standard on the car.....I had the same issues with a decent brand but lower priced set of tires and ended up replacing all 4 to get the nice ride back.
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So you're saying it starts to shake as soon as you put it in gear? If so, you probably have a dead spark plug or plug wire, or disconnected plug wire. It could be something more serious. Head gasket, cam shaft, timing chain. Try the plugs and wires first, and go from there.
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.
vibrations will still persist even you change parts involved in the accidents if:
1. Camber and alignment were misplaced during the impact of your accidents.
solution: Have your wheels aligned and cambered
2. Have your tires and rims balance and checked for deformity.
3. inspect your front chassis or that part of your cars body that holds your steering and suspension for any deformity.
Last part could be solved only by a good car tinsmith
I had the same problem with my 2001 Toyota Echo after it reached about 110,000 miles. At red lights & stop signs, the car began to noticeably vibrate. At first I suspected a transmission problem or a broken engine mount. Upon looking deeper, however, neither was the problem. Instead, it turned out to be a dirty air filter under the hood. I changed the air filter & the situation improved noticeably. It turns out the dirty air filter was restricting air flow into the car's computerized sensors & as a result it was idling very rough when in Drive at red lights & stop signs when I was going 0 MPH & my foot was off the gas pedal. After changing the air filter, the situation improved greatly, although it still vibrates a little bit but nothing like it did before. Toyota air filters cost about $11 (give or take) & can be changed in 5 to 10 minutes if you know how to do it. Hope this helps...Have A Great Day...