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Steering wheel starts to vibrate at 50mph - 2004 Kia Rio

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It could be a number of things
first thing i would do is get front tyres checked and wheels balanced
hope thats all it is ,other wise it could wheel bearings, trackrod ends ,or worse case steering rack

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