More then likely, you have 1 or 2 bad cv axles. I have seen them completely seperate-making it look like you dropped a transmission...otherwise,..ck' for bad wheel bearings..it will give you a vibration on floor board all the time strt. down the road...temp guage is a diff. issue- thermostat in need,.but only buy stats at dealer or NAPA...kev-mn.
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first of all, check the fuel pump relay to see if it is going bad. if it is ok! also try this, Have a person turn key to on,, and put your hand on bottom of fuel tank. if the pump is turning on, you will feel a vibration in tank. you may have to do this a few times. the pump only turns on for a few seconds to pressurize system, or to get fuel to the engine. just keep turning key on and off to recycle fuel pump. Good-Day! Hope this helps! relay for pump may be bad.< Check this first.
Check the front engine mount..If its bad it could make a noise while turning or reverse..Hold the car in gear with your foot on the brake and carefully raise the engine ..do it in both reverse or forward and look for excessive movement..
I know you say you checked the bearings, but I'm betting the right side front hub bearing is bad. They are really hard to check because you have to take the weight off them in order to turn them, and you said it goes away when you unload the right side. If you remove the right side bearing and turn it by hand, I bet you will feel some hitches in it.
1. One of the tires has developed a bulge. If the vibration builds up then it may be this cause. It happens.
2. A wheel is out of balance (a counter weight they attach to your rim has fallen off). Have your tires balanced (all of them) - and rotate them while you're at it. If you have over 60,000 miles on the Vue you may need new shock absorbers too. Have them check for that.
3. The front wheels are out of alignment - you can tell by letting go of the steering wheel. If it pulls either right or left you got a problem. Get this fixed soon since it really wears out your tires fast.
that is likely one of the constant velocity joints or the rubber boot on it. quick test is to turn slowly to the right in an empty parking lot and listen for a clicking sound. repeat in a slow left hand turn.
This is the just the fan turning on to heat or cool the radiator and tranny lines. It is set to go off at a certain time. If the fans are not working correctly, then you may have a bad relay or temp sensor
I had the same issue and had it fixed for free based on my warranty. I don't remember the name of the part, but it wasn't the axel. From what I was told, it was a common problem, but not common enough to issue a recall. I recommend talking to a few different Saturn retailers. Good luck.