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I've got a 1998 hyundai accent e coupe but when i go 65mph or over it vibrates first to the driver through the accelerator pedal then through the steering wheel then passengers can feel it as you get faster is there any common faults wat would cause this.

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Yes first get tracking done ? then wheel balancing? if the problem is still ther drop links need changing not a big job take off one wheel you will recognise part by new ones.

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