Question about 1995 Chevrolet Lumina
This happened before. I started driving the 1995 Chevy Lumina Van when I needed a car. It ran good for two months. I got the oil changed yesterday. Today was mid-70's (has been cold weather). Today, I stopped to see if I had a flat. I didn't. I drove on. The van vibrates and actually feels like the wheels could fall off. At one point I couldn't get it to go over 55 mph (the speed limit was 65). I have not been having any trouble at all, and then it vibrates so badly today the steering wheel shakes and I can feel my body shake, too. I had it in a shop and they really didn't find anything. Help.
A shop didnt find anything? You have a suspension problem Lets start at the tires is there any mud or crude that affect the balance of your tire? What about wheel bearing is there side to side movement even with the rear,How about the upper ball joint and lower ball joint . a warp drive axle can cause this . If you are certain of there inspection with the suspension the problem is the torque convertor. If that stays lock up whoa you will be shaking like big time
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since I work in government, my first question should be why would you need to go over 70 mph, but since I have a lead foot and a long list of speeding tickets on my record, I will keep my mouth shut on that topic. While cruising in the 70-80 mph, your transmission should already be in top gear, so you can probably eliminate the transmission. There are several possible causes of your problem including a vacuum leak, fouled plugs, bad spark plug wires, a dirty air filter, or a dirty fuel filter. Review your service records and see what has been replaced and when, then start looking at what hasn't been replaced. Sorry I can't be more precise without laying hands on it.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 Chevy Trailbalzer LT front
Do this first.. drive this vehicle very slowly on a smooth straigh road. If the wobble is noticed you have a broken steel belt in your tire that fluxuates at different speeds causing this to happen
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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