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SOURCE: vibration after 50 mph, and when accelerateing

Welcome to fixya the best thing to do is check the rims for imperfections and slight bents that causes the vibrations at that speed go to www.collisionrepairadvice.com to get a wheel repair company to look at.

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Black smoke is usually a sign of unburnt fuel. Make sure the air and fuel filters are good. Hope this helps..

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SOURCE: mercedes 1.7 cdi judders at 50 mph it has a auto

The JUDDER with the 5spd auto is caused by the torque converter lock up clutch. Some suffer from water damage , but the root cause of this judder is within the valve body assembly.
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SOURCE: When I coast at 45 - 50 mph my car makes a sounds.

I had this issue with a 2005 chevy malibu, it was the cover over the wiper blades. Air gets trapped there at a certain speed and causes it to vibrate. I would check to see if it is warped from heat.

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