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My 01 olds aurora shakes on the rear when I go 60 ihad all the tires balance what is the problem

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First of all, when is the last time you got the tires balanced? It could be the wheel bearing if you hear a noise that is increasing with the vehicle speed....but to be shaking they would need to be REALLY worn out. If the problem appear when accelerating it might be your universal joint which would rather be on front of the car

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