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Stirring wheel vibration while braking over 40 Mph

Hello. My 1.5 Verna is only 30000 Miles, and I'm starting to have a bad experience while breaking at mid an high speeds: a very strong vibration is felt in the wheel, though no vibration is perceived in the pedal (thus, is discard disc problems). The problem is more confusing considering that vibration only starts after driving for an hour or so, and stops for shorts periods, appearing again down the way; this is an intermittent efect. If pull over for 5 or 10 minutes, the problem goes away for some minutes, but It allways comes back.
Does anyone has a clue about what can be causing this? I'd be really thanked.

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Sell your Car.. Hyundai Verna will give more problem. Cheap Korean brand no better than made in China cars. I have Verna and planning to sell. Pathetic service, no response had a very bad time owning one. Cannot explain in this box. One day I should meet Hyundai boss.

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Check suspension! or wheel balance.

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