When my 1998 Kia did this, it was the wheel bearings, inner and outer. Your local car repair shop should be able to check it out for you by putting it on a lift - usually at no cost to you. I am very curious about that also, i have a 2000 or 2001 Kia Sportage, but it vibrates starting at 60 mph, usually on the interstate.
you probubly have a bad clutch or cv shaft
check cv axles, transmission, and tires.
Mines was doing the same thing and the solution was to replace the front U-joint. Its fine now.
The hotter an object gets the faster its atoms vibrate.Vibration can be considered as a repeating cycle of accelerating, decelerating and then accelerating back again in the other direction.Accelerating charges radiate energyHence, vibrating atoms radiate energyHotter atoms vibrate more quickly so do more accelerating, so they emit more radiation!
If it only vibrates when you accelerate than it is most likely a bad axle.
Normally a bent wheel or tire out of balance.
The answer is some flat edge on a couple of needle bearings on the universal joint.
could be timing It can be many things. I would suspect you have a vacuum leak.
When you talk, your vocals cords vibrate. When you whisper, they don't vibrate at all.
Tires or wheels out of balance? Bent wheel? Bent axle? Drive shaft out of balance? Frozen brake caliper?
Yes- slightly, you can feel it especially when you're playing a low note.
Check the universal joints and balance of the driveshaft. When you are accelerating pressure is applied to these parts and if they are worn or out of balance or dented they will cause a vibration that will stop when you let off the gas.
You probably have bad motor mounts. That's what I've read in other Acura forums
longitudinal waves vibrate in the direction of propagation; transverse waves vibrate perpendicular to the direction of propagation.
They vibrate in all states.Solid - barely vibrate at allLiquid - vibrate a littleGas - vibrate a lot
Sound, by definition, is physical vibrations which can be perceived. To produce sound, an object must vibrate and cause those vibrations to get as far as a human ear. Normally, this involves making the air between the ear and the object vibrate, but if the object is in contact with the body, it is quite possible for the vibrations to move through flesh and bone (especially bone) to get perceived. So the key elements are: The object must vibrate. The vibrations of the object must be perceived.
vibrate is somthink
Longitudinal waves vibrate in the direction of the wave travel and transverse waves vibrate perpendicular (transverse) to the direction of wave travel.
not running on all cylinders? check for spark and compression on all cylinders perhaps catalytic converter is plugged
On the left-hand side of the iPhone there is a hardware switch just above the volume control. Use this to switch between normal and silent (vibrate) mode.
check tire balance. check tire for seperation. loose steering or suspension parts.tire problem most likely.
sound is generated in brass instruments by 'buzzing' into a mouthpiece, whilst woodwind instruments have reeds which vibrate so you don't have to vibrate your lips
No, an iPad doesn't vibrate
The piano strings vibrate when struck. The singer's vocal chords vibrate when she sings. The flag pole will vibrate when struck by lightning.
Transverse waves vibrate particles perpendicular to the wave direction and Longitudinal waves vibrate particles parallel to the wave direction