Car shakes violently when accelerating. on 2004 Toyota Camry

It usually starts after the car has been on the road for a while, maybe after 20 minutes. At first I believed it was due to my bad tires but all four has been replaced and I got an alignment after replacing the tires. The shaking is still there. It's really noticeable when climbing a small hill. It feels like something with the suspension. Axles maybe? Any ideas for the cause of shaking? Cost of repair? BTW, I have 240,000 mile on the car. Thanks! Ran_man

by in Los Angeles, CA on August 19, 2012
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2 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by , August 19, 2012
Check,HAVE AXLES CHECKED FOR INNER TRIPOD WEAR.THEN ALL ENG. AND TRANS.MOYNTS. MOST LIKELY SUSPECT IS AXLES!
COMMENT by , August 19, 2012
Thanks! If it is the axles, how much to replace? Thinking about replacing the car if it's too much. I have lots of miles on this car although it's been great until now.
ANSWER by , August 19, 2012
ck axles or motor mounts or scan misfire data
COMMENT by , August 19, 2012
Is replacing the axles expensive for the 2004 camry? With so many miles on it, I'm wondering if it's worth it.
COMMENT by , August 19, 2012
REMAN.AXLES ARE VERY REASONABLE AND JOB IS NOT LABOR INTENSEIVE. YES YOUR CAR IS WORTH THE REPAIR. A LOT MORE RUNNING LEFT IN THIS TOY.