Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
When I am going over 50mph (more or less) and i press the brake pedal the steering wheel starts shaking
Your front brake rotors are most likely heat distorted. When the rotors get hot, they "warp" slightly. Then, as you brake, the rotors runs in and out of true, high spot/low spot, if you will. This is transmitted up the steering column into the wheel. Replace the front pads and rotors, and get the back brake cleaned ans adjusted properly, if you do not have rear discs. This will eliminate all of your vibrations.
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