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You had wheel balancing done along with cv change and other tuneups and yet your car vibrates Could it be some other problem or the mechanic fault?


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2006-07-19 20:46:12
2006-07-19 20:46:12

If you've checked everything else, check the tires. If the vibration starts at low speed and it's more of a sidwards oscilation you should check the tires. It could be a slipped belt in one of the tires. If it's a slipped belt, you'll never be able to balance out the vibration. ok...just got this question....sorry...assuming it passed the visual underneath, you may have bad alignment....or bad engine mounts... take it to a brake shop, and have the free no obligation brake inspection, and ask them to drive it...a second opinion is whats needed here... :)

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