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My car starts to shake after about 35-45 mph

I went to several who guys who work on car one said, the rackin and pinion bush.Then one said, the motor mount>after that a fellow told me the 3rd gear in the trasmission was give out

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Rack and pinion is the steering wheel joint, so if the steering wheel shakes or handling has decreased, then i would say it is the rp. , also check the wear on the tires for uneven wear, it could be alignment, does the steering pull to one side? it could be motor mounts just find the bolts and check em wiht a torque wrench, also inspect mounting bushings as well. to check trans. give it alot of gas to get past 35-45 mph and the shaking should go away at higher speeds, if it doesnt then its the trans missing "third".

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Engine cradle mounts or tie rod ends might be worth checking. If it's the tie rod ends, it'll be fairly cheap, but if its the cradle mounts..junk the car, heh

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