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Mazda Tribute 2005. 172000 km. Vibrations

Changed the tires. Vibrations are still there. Seems like it is in the motor. I feel the vibrations in the chair. The steering wheel does not shake.

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  • fsheece Jan 13, 2009

    feel vibrations on gas pedal and steering wheel when i accelerate . i changed the tires , balanced, and even replaced wheel bearings

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    I have the exact same problem!!! 2005 I am getting my tires roatated and Balanced.. makes me car sick the vibration is so bad!

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    I have the same problem when I get over 70 mph. I also have changed the rotors twice!!



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I have 2005 mazda tribut 98000km and drive **** vibrate from transmicion to rear
rear weels transfer case what can be the problens

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Could be ball joints loose...jack up wheel and check for play
Could be bad hubs...the metal part of the tire wheel...i had this problem once..check for obvious damage like a dent or cut in metal
Could be caliper sticking
Could be mud in and around the wheels

Posted on Feb 08, 2009


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