A tire not properly balanced. ------------------------------------ Are you car wheels all balanced properly? If not, an out of balance wheel can start to vibrate at certain speeds.
Are you car wheels all balanced properly? If not, an out of balance wheel can start to vibrate at certain speeds.
vibration in a tire at certain speeds usually means that wheel needs balancing.while wheel is off car being balanced have it checked for out of round or any bulges in side walls
Usually you won't hear much more noise from a tire if it's not balanced, but you will feel a vibration when you get up to highway speeds. If you take it up to 60 or 70 mph and feel a vibration, you probably need to get them balanced.
Most likely its your tires. Could just need balanced. Or you might have uneven wear making it shimmy.
When you are moving at higher speeds, it could need alignment (if it pulls one way) the wheels may need to be balanced, air accordingly to the tire needs. If it is stopped.. timing?
This question has been recategorized under "Car Shaking Problems." Vibrations at some speeds and not others could be caused by something as simple as a wheel not being balanced properly, or it could be caused by something more serious. Start by having your wheels balanced. Check other answers in the above category too.
It is according to when you feel the vibration. If you have a vibration at higher speeds, your driveshaft could be out of balance. At lower speeds, you may actually have a cracked engine mount. Take it to a shop before it tears something up.
"Balanced" refers to forces, not to velocities or speeds. If an object is at terminal SPEED, the FORCES on it are balanced.
it cant do that because no one can stop a vibration only the earth could
Either your drums or rotors are out of round.
This depends on a few things: If your vibration is happening at high speeds, get your wheel balance/roundness checked if this is happening at all speeds, check your alignment/steering if this is happening when slowing down, chances are that you need new brakes
Clogged fuel filter or failing fuel pump.
Bad wheel bearing.
Need some more details. Vibration all the time? Only certain speeds, only when you accelerate, vibration in the steering wheel, in the whole vehicle?
if the vibration is on acell it could be a bad inner cv joint. if it is a freeway speeds it could be a wheel out of balance. if it there when your braking it could be a warp brake rotor.
We had this problem on one of our work trucks, ended up to be a bent rim.
Because the mount is new and tight it may be transmitting the vibraion from another area. If the vibration is at certain speeds, may sure tires are not out of balance or out of round.
Disc brake wear indicator is telling you brakes are worn very low. i had similar- with a vibration in steering wheel @ highway speeds... it turned out to be the engine belt tensioner causing it all. $380 w/ new ac compressor/ tensioner, later all taken care of
you have a definete wheel bearing problem. have it replaced asap
It will fit, but you might want to have the crank, rods, and pistons balanced first as there is a big difference in the weight of a 350 piston versus a 305 piston. Wouldn't want to get it all together and have a nasty vibration at certain speeds.
Could be out of balance Tire may be worn and need replacement Could be a bent wheel
My minivan was doing something very similar. Does the vibration/wobble stop when you let off the accelerator? Try coasting down a hill without touching the gas pedal; if the vibration stops when you let off and then starts again when you push on the gas pedal there's a good chance the vehicle has worn-out motor mounts. I was skeptical when my mechanic told me this, but after he replaced the mounts on my '92 Voyager 3.3 liter there was a huge improvement to the wobble/vibration that I had.
could be the transmission is low on fluid... could be the transmission is low on fluid...
No,but tires out of balance will cause this. Have them balanced and rotated.