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Vibration My Civic starting vibrating at between 55 - 65 mph. Just had new struts and tires put on about 2 weeks ago. I didn't notice the vibration until then. What's going on?

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I'd start by having the new parts checked. Make sure your in balance, and have good tires. Then i'd check your bushings, especially in your trailing arm.

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Make sure your tires are properly balanced. Unbalanced tires will cause vibration at higher speeds, so before you start spending large amounts of money on anything else start with checking your tires for proper inflation / balance.

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