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My car seems to vibrate violently when i excel speed over 55 miles

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Start by checking the balance on your tires. If they check out OK, if the car is front wheel drive, check the constant velocity (CV) joints. If it is rear wheel drive, it is possible, but unlikely, that you could have lost one of the balancing weights from the driveshaft. It is also possible that you might have a broken motor mount. In truth, fixing this is going to be a matter of trial and error. I would start with anything that spins.

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