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Get wheels balanced and check tire inflation, but sure lug nuts are all tight, these are cheap solutions before you get sucked into something mechanical and expensive. If these do not fix the problem then next check wheel alignment and have suspension inspected.

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Vibration throughout car...change engine mounts, changed centre bearing, gearbox mount, changed both front and rear couplers still have bad vibrations


check for the drive joint phasing and angle setting of the center bearing
mostly with center bearing , the drive shaft has to be split and the flange removed for the bearing replacement
the flange can be put back on in any position and that will throw out the s joint phasing
Take it to a drive line specialist shop and ash them to check the phasing and angles to eliminate the vibration
The vibration could have been from a bad joint and the new joint was not properly installed which will also vibrate
If you are not familiar with the term phasing It is when the joints are in direct line with each other when placed on a flat surface and allows the differentiating speeds of the crosses as they pass through the 90 degrees to cancel each other out and stop the vibration
the drive line specialist will know and explain it better as he will have the drive shaft to show you on

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Can driving with the hubs locked on my F350 fry the differential? If so, if I unlock the hubs will the vibration stop and is it okay to drive?


NO, it won't fry your differential. Unlock the hubs and drive it in two wheel drive, if the vibration stops it is the front drive shaft that was causing the problem. If the vibration continues it would most likely be a out of balance or buckled wheel.

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check your universal joints on the driveshaft as they will cause a bad vibration while driving

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Without feeling the vibration, it is hard to speculate, but, my experience here is this: you may have a bad rear wheel bearing. It is covered for 5 years/60,000 miles by Toyota

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Could be motor mounts, or transmission mount. How old is this vehicle?

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A vibration while driving is usually out of balance tires and a vibration while stopping is usually warped rotors. Vibrating while stopped means the idle is probably off.

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