Bad tire? Bent rim? Bad wheel bearing? Try moving tire to another location on the vehicle and see if problem moves with tire
Tire out of balance is the most common cause.
you have a bad tire or a bad wheel bearing i had this in my 2004 explorer twice, a tire,then a bearing the bearing makes more noise when turning right to left when traveling
At high speed vibration usually its tire balance. Have your tires rotated and balanced.
Bad tire? Try rotating and see if "thump" also moves
Check the mudflap on the right front tire
Check for missing wheel weights or possibly bad shocks. Can also be a defect in the tire itself. As in, a broken or seperated belt in the ply. Can also be a tire with a flat spot on it. Have this looked into by a professional tire shop as it could be dangerous.
Tire(s) out of balance/old, bent wheel, etc.
could have a tire not balanced right
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
A number of possible reasons. There could be damage to your tire rims. Your tires could require balancing. Why would you check the exhaust system if the vibration is coming from the front?
Vibration while moving
Not typically, but running a tire with low pressure can cause damage to the tire, making it dangerous to drive and causing the tire to become out of balance. A front end vibration (sometimes called a shimmy) is typically caused by an out of balance tire.
Absolutely, broken belts throw off the balance of the wheel. Look for buldges or indentations in the tire. If the vibration is felt in the steering wheel, it is probably a front tire. If the vibration is felt in the seat, it is probably in a rear tire. Most manufacturers will pro-rate a replacement tire for the manufactured defect. Cut tires, curbed tires, under-over inflation wear could also effect the warranty. Vibrations could also be caused by other mechanical defects: lost wheel weight, bad wheel bearing, bad ball jounts, bad shocks, sticking brakes, etc. Rotate the front tires to the rear, if the vibration changes in the steering wheel, then chances are the problem is in the wheel/tire.
Bad tire, bent rim, warped brake rotor, bad cv shaft........
Less rolling resistance and road vibration:)
So that the tire rotates more smoothly and without wobbles or vibration.
my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. where is the viberation coming from? front ,back? it could be a bad tire, bolts not tight on tire,or ball joints going out. is it front wheel drive or rear?
axle damage causes wobble
In front of the left front tire, inside the fender.In front of the left front tire, inside the fender.
It is under the fender in front of the right front tire.It is under the fender in front of the right front tire.
The humming noise is dependant on the road surface/ tire tread and tire wear. If the tires are scalloped or feathered they will hum. Vibration may be a problem in your suspension or the balancing of one or more of your tires. You can run your hand over the tread (front to back and back to front) if it is wavy or the tread feels jagged/ sharper in 1 direction, you need suspension work and/or an alignment.
Lug nuts hold the wheel/tire on the vehicle.
tightness and vibration
low tire pressures, mis-alignment of front end
Excessive brake pressure, or brake pressure imbalance Front/Rear.