Q: My steering vibrates when I go over 100km/h

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I have a Toyota corolla 1.3 manual,the steering wheel vibrates when iam driving over 100km/h.

My car has 343000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

The most likely cause of vibration at higher speeds is going to be tire balance related. Have the tire balance checked and make sure the tires are in good shape.

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