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I have a 1995 Toyota Corolla that has a shake in the front right wheel when I drive 35 mph or less. I tried balancing the tire but that didn't solve the problem, and someone told me that the belt may have broken on the tire. I would like to get it fixed because I don't like the shake or the noise that comes with the shake, can anyone tell me what the problem might be?
 

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I'm certain the wheel bearing will not cause shaking. And if you removed the tire and had it balanced, it must be another wheel. Surely they would notice if the tire was damaged. Check for any bubbles on the tire, feel around the backside and all around the tires with your hands. Check for any abnormalities on all fours. Sometimes the shaking may feel like it's coming from one side but that may not be the case.
 
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