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Answered 2011-09-13 17:15:02

If you are not the first owner of the vehicle, you should problably get a carfax report to see if the vehicle was in some sort of an accident. This is because the frame itself could be bent and that would account for a shaking effect while driving. My dad had a brand new 91 Nissan Sentra SER and after years of driving into and out of driveways for his P/T job, the car developed a wicked shimmy. The dealer told him the frame was bent from that and that it would have to be pulled in order to stop the shaking. Hope that helped

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