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What causes the nissan x trail to vibrate

We checked the cv's and the engine mountings. The car vibrate terrible.

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SOURCE: Maxima - terrible vibrations in low speed

A bad tire, a loose wheel, a loose tie rod end, a bent rim, (tire balance at higher speeds), a piece of rust or whatever caught between the rim and brake rotor, or between the brake rotor and hub. Have you done anything to it prior to this starting?

I had this issue and it was one of my winter tires about to blow out, showing signs of weakness.. hopefully this helps!

Posted on May 26, 2009

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You need to loosen the motor mount slightly--just a full turn or two. Place a jack under the oil pan and lift the engine until the strain is relieved on the motor mount and finish removal. Replacement installation is the opposite except you'll want to tighten the new motor mount into place fully (if possible) before lowering the jack.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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You need to adjust the ignition timing. If your not familiar with how to do this I'd suggest going to a reliable mechanic.

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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SOURCE: I just replaced both cv axles on 1995 nissan

Check your tires. Sounds like you might have some separated belts. If you raise the tire off the ground and spin it, you should be able to see some irregularity either in the tread or in the shape of the tire.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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taking it as a vibration and not shakes
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Mounts. Check transmission and engine mounts. Sounds to me that the mounts are worn/broken, causing excess strain on the cv's, which probably was the cause of the cv's going bad. This would also explain the vibration.

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Large clunking noise coming from passenger spring when turning steering wheel on nissan x trail 2002


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I'd check the condition of the boot and see if its lost all its grease.

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My 95 nissan maxima has 260,000 on it. I just had the timing chain replaces, water pump, and radiator. The engine is vibrating in drive & reverse. I had one of the spark plug coils replaced but its...


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It's your motor & transmission mounts - relatively inexpensive.
Here is where you can get all 4 mounts for your car - AUTOMATIC transmission: http://dodge-car-parts.yogiautoparts.com...11_17_2012_8_13_31_pm.jpg
If you feel like reading, here is a bit of information about the function of these mounts on a car:

The purpose of engine motor transmission mounts: Most mounts made of metal and rubber, many newer model mounts are filled with hydraulic fluid, some advance hydraulic mounts come with electronic variable speed control by ECM engine control module. The basic design are the same to support between engine, transmission and subframe. They work hard to keep engine and transmission running smooth minimizing the amount of rattling and vibration from acceleration and stops. At the same time mounts are supporting all major power train systems keeping all mechanical components in balance level and position. Motor mounts are extremely important vehicle parts that stabilize and align a vehicle engine inside the engine compartment. Although small in size and relatively cheap in cost, motor mounts can cause tremendous mechanical problems if they break or go bad. Engine motor mounts are small parts that are used to stabilize and properly align a vehicle engine. When motor mounts go bad, they can cause a variety of symptoms, ranging from mechanical damage to excessive engine noise.

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Good afternoon. Sounds like you need to check the engine/transmission mounts. Bad mounts will cause a vibration you are describing and will transmit normal engine vibration into the frame of vehicle causing vibration to occur. Most mounts are made of rubber but some are filled with oil and are called hydro-mounts. Check all mounts for cracked rubber at mount where it attatches to engine,transmission and frame. Hope you find this information useful! Have a great day!

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