You could have a problem with the CV joints, brake rotors, bent rims and yes, even a slipped belt on NEW tires. If you have the ability to do so, jack up the front end, put the vehile on jack stands so that none of the drive wheels will turn, then watch the front wheels while someone else gets behind the wheel and runs it up to the speed where you have the vibration. You can also watch the tire/wheel at lower speed to see what is moving in ways that it shouldn't.
Your vibration can be from a lot of sources. Tires, balanced? Checked them for a separation/out of round. Tie rod ends, stabilizer, ball joints? Even a torn motor mount can cause a vibration. A warped rotor can cause a vibration when the high spot passes through the caliper. You have a lot of things to check out. Good luck
check drive shaft run out and drive shaft balance NEW ANSWER: You need to check the driveshaft U-JOINTS for wear. If you don't find your problem there, Then you may have to get the wheels balanced. Check U-Joints FIRST.
Try the changing the Tie Rod
Drive shafts are balanced to prevent vibration, if yours is doing it you need to check your universal joints, and whether the shaft has been dented or if one of the weights used to balance it has fallen off.
is your truck 4 wheel drive, if so have your universal joints checked, also have your front end parts checked(tie-rods etc.) if it is not have the balance checked on the front tires, in both cases, sometimes when you get in mud, mud will build up inside of rims and cause balance to be out. if all these are ruled out, have the tires checked for a broken belt
The universal joints are worn out.
This could be caused by bad u-joints.
Correctly phasing the u joints will prevent driveling vibration Doing it incorrectly can cause a damaging vibration that can ruin, transmission, transfer case, differential etc.
AnswerYour front tires are not balanced. Take it to a garage and have the front tires balanced. It is also possible that your front tires are defective, look for side wall cracks and balges on tire tread.Answerif your ballance it fine have your rotors checked and make shore there is no grease on inside of wheel. if rear wheel drive check your u jointsyou could have loose tie rod ends or ball joints what you have is calle c shimmy have it checked asap you could have a serious accident
The transmission is usually pretty vibration free. Check the CV joints. Hopefully it is not the flywheel.
Have you had your u-joints checked?
If you're taking about a system, you need to make the parts and joints of it work together more finely. In other words, you turn up the frequency of the vibration.
Wheels are not balanced or ball joints
Had similar problem. Took it back twice to same mechanic still vibrating. Took it to another mechanic and he found that the old uni joints were still in place. The first mechanic from salisbury adelaide, welded washers in where circlips were meant to be. All had washers welded. New mechanic replaced tailshaft with seconhandy and did job properly, It is better than new now.
Upper ball joints need replaced
get the universal joints checked on your driveshaft.
have the u-joints checked on the driveshaft.
Up and down, side to side.
Check the entire front end assembly. Wear in the tie rod ends, ball joints, or other components can cause the vibration.
loose or bad u joints.
sounds like out of center u joints
You will feel a definite high speed vibration when driving. And you'll hear a very distinctive "clunk" when shifting from drive to reverse or visa-versa.
Pain in the joints, when you walk or move your joints, if you feel pain in them, you need to get that checked out as soon as possible. If not, it will cause pains in the older age.
U joints are replaceable. However, most u joints need to be pressed into the driveline yoke. So it is preferred to take vehicle to an auto shop if you do not know how to do this repair.
Check your u joints on the drive shaft or the transmission mount..