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Possibly front end is out of alignment.

Get your front wheels balanced.

you probably have a bad ball joint.

I would suspect warped rotors.

Start out early.

Wheel Bearings, or Tie Rod Ends/Ball Joint

Poor wheel alignment. Might want to take it in to get realigned.

1782783676247482 miles per hour. they will start OVERSPEEDING.

did you find out??? I'm having the same problem

No. "Miles per hour" is a speed. An acceleration might be "Miles per hour per hour", or "miles per hour squared".

2 miles an hour if it will start

1 kilometer/hour = 0.621371 mile/hour => 200 kilometer/hour = 124.27423844746679 miles/hour 124.27 miles/hour

At 1 mile per hour it is 55 hours, at 2 miles an hour it is 27.5 hours at 5 miles an hour it is 11 hours at 55 miles an hour it is 1 hour at 60 miles an hour it is 55/60 hour or 55 minutes at 120 miles an hour it is 27.5 minutes at 550 miles an hour it is 6 minutes etc

Disconnect the battery for 1 hour.

after 1 hour they are both 100 (60 +40) miles apart. So 10 miles is 1 hour divided by ten, which is 6 minutes

idk...Because it is old and u r going 2 fast!

where is it shaking in the steering wheel or in the seat? shaking at certain speeds can be caused by a busted belt in a tire

Probably wheel balance but I would have the front end safety checked also.

It depends on the speed. At 10 miles per hour 100 miles is 10 hours. At 100 miles an hour it is 1 hour. At 1000 miles an hour it is 0.1 hour (= 6 minutes).

50 miles per hour.

miles per hour, though it doen't really matter.

1 hour. You can go 80 miles in an hour. Hence Miles Per Hour or MPH.... If you were traveling at 45 Miles Per Hour, that means In 1 Hour you cover 45 Miles

80mph = 80 miles/hour If you drive for one hour at 80 miles/hour, you will travel 80 miles.

60 miles

70 miles