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When I am going about 60 miles per hour the car doesn't run smooth, feels shakey. My tires were replaced in the front about 6 months ago.

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I just had the same problem. After several tire rotations, alignments, and balancing it was found to have a broken motor mount. Also replaced front tie rods - $800 later my car runs smooth again.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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If its just at that speed, have the tires balanced again, and get a front end alignment ,, a single bump on a curb can knock it out of alignment

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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SOURCE: '98 aurora shimmies 60,296 miles on car

tie rod ends?

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check the axle shaft assy,an excessive joint angle due to incorrect toe-in or trim height,,,,,Wm or damage inboared or out boared joint,,,,,,,A sticking spider ( tri pot joint)

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Start by scanning the engine for any codes it might have. Look at air mixture and fuel trim values. These should point you in a direction to look deeper. Thinks like O2 sensors, Air Flow sensors, etc can all have a effect on mileage.
Also look to see that there is no physical issue. Are the brake calipers binding/sticking? Is the emergency brake working properly and fully disengaging? Are all of the wheel bearings good and moving freely. Almost any of these issues (friction) would result in heat and I think you would have noticed by now.

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