Tires need balancing? Bad C/V joint on axle?
parking brake on.
Yes, a bad CV can cause vibration. It could also be a bad wheel bearing, or a missing balance weight.
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.
it cant do that because no one can stop a vibration only the earth could
Tire out of balance is the most common cause.
Vibration does not cause sound, vibration IS sound. Sound is merely how our brains interpret the vibration that comes into our ears.
yes, A vibration with a frequency high enough to cause itching
It could be torsional vibration coming from the transmission. It would be a very good idea to take the car back to the dealer for them to look at.
There are a number of forces that could cause vibration in a ship. Friction for example is a force known to cause vibration.
Warped brake rotors will cause pulsation (or vibrations at high speeds) when the brakes are applied. This may also go on to misalign the calipers and cause other vibration related damages.
Warped rotor,Tie rods, Wheel bearings (hub).
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.
cv axle The rear brake drums may be out of round also.
balance or tires or brake rotors out of round front wheel drive cv axles
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?
When a car wheel is out of balance it will cause the car to vibrate at certain speeds. You may (or may not) feel this in the steering wheel. Normally the vibration will not happen at all speeds. From a start as you go faster and faster it will begin at some speed and get worse and as you increase speed to some point, after wich as you go yet faster it will subside again. In my experience the vibration is worst somewhere between 40-60 MPH. If the vibration happens a low speeds it's not likely to be wheel balance. One way to determine if you have an out of balance tire is to let a friend drive behind and beside you. Tell him on your cell phone when the vibration becomes obvious. If the wheel is out of balance it will begin to bounce up and down rather than just roll smoothly on the ground.
a weak battery will not cause an engine vibration.
Brakes, wheel bearing.
The simple anaswer is that it depends on the cause of the vibation. If the vibration is caused by imbalance then the vibration should vary with the square of the speed (i.e speed doubles vibration increased by x4). Imbalance is not the only cause of vibration so you need to establish the cause first before you can anwer the question. There are plenty of places where you can buy a vibration chart but a good free site, which I use, is VibroNurse which has a tool for analysing vibration (as well as some very strange pictures!!!) ... the URL is www.vibronurse.com.
Not running on all cylinders? Bad harmonic balancer?
No...not typically. A bad PS Pump can cause a vibration while turning the wheels at slow speeds, like in a parking lot etc. Most likely a vibration while driving would be caused by, Out of Balance or Out of Round Tires / Bent Wheels or Axles / Bad Wheel Bearings / Bad CV Axle / Bad U-Joint or Damaged Driveline (RWD & AWD) Vehicles. These are the areas you should be checking first for "Vibration While Driving" Posting the speed your vehicle vibrates can also be helpful. :)
The vibration was so severe in the front end, I had trouble steering the car. I could only feel the vibration when the car accelerated. Earthquakes cause a distinct vibration of the earth.
Tire out of balance is the most likely cause. Have the tires/wheels inspected, rotated, and balanced.