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What makes a 2001 hyundai accent shake at 70 mph?

When driving at 70 mph the car begins to shake.

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Theres a few things that could make it shake so it depends where it is coming from. if its just coming from a corner (like left front or right rear) it could be a bent rim or a bad tire. if its just shaking it could be you need new shocks or struts or maybe even springs but i doubt that its not even 10 years old yet

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