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You own a 1990 Toyota Cressida it vibrates when you start driving after its been sitting for a period of time it vibrates after you get the speed up to about 60 then back it down to 45 it will vibrate?

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2008-09-07 23:49:10
2008-09-07 23:49:10

Sounds like it is most likely your wheel balance or tires. Take to a good tire shop. Costco only charges $5 to balance each wheel If it is not the tires look at the engine mounts and the tranny mount. They may be broken

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