96IntegraRS said:I had the same problem at 85MPH - got nice new tires, and the problem disppeared.
It's the tires.
I recommend NOT going to Sears. Besides the fact that they tend to be highly incompetent their prices are just too high and they nickel and dime you for everything. All I wanted one time was to swap two tires and balance and they were gonna charge me 70+ dollars.joe77535 said:my car shakes at 70+ mph, and also shakes when braking and can also feel the brake pedal vibrate and jump when i brake, so i am goin to sears today and having all tires checked out, front end alignment, check out rotors and brake pads, and fully check out front end. i hate it when it vibrates and its seriously pissing me off, so i want it fixed. will let you know what came up with mine.
Makes sense. It sounds like you've got a decent mech. If you want though, there are a number of people in Houston who would help you out with swapping this stuff. It's cake stuff. Of course you'll still need the alignment so if you've got a good deal then it's worth it. I paid someone to install my headers because it was cheap and convenient and the fat bastard was also nice enough to scratch my fender like 20 times w/ his belt buckle or something.joe77535 said:reason i am goin to sears locally, is cuz they have always done me well, i always and only deal with the same guy. he is very good and knows what is doing and doesnt rap me. another reason, is cuz i am currently between jobs, so i am putting the work onto my sears card, so i can pay a lil at a time until i get a job.