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My toyota corona steering shakes vigorous at around 90 to 100km/h and then stop shaking at speed above and the range stated above.

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Hi this sounds like it could be a ball joint may have worn or your tyre's are unbalanced at that speed, check to see if you have lost any weights off the wheels, also check to see if the one of the tyre's have become misshaped or warn irregular, to test the ball joint jack each wheel up , grab top and bottom of wheel and push and pull to see if there is any movement, if not turn your wheel out so you can see directly down it and spin the wheel and see if it has lost its shape....hope this helps don't forget to vote thanks

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