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You have an inner CV joint causing the vibration. Probably the right side. Replace the whole axle. Remans are cheap and offer a lifetime warranty. To be safe, have someone check the motor mounts. When one is bad, a second is usually bad as well. When a motor mount is bad, the angle of the CV axle changes. Most common on the side if rhe short axle.
Forget the tire and brake exam for this problem. Death wobble is only solid axle trucks, not Chev pass vehicles.
Posted on May 12, 2016
Sounds like maybe a busted motor mount or transmission mount, or a worn out cv drive axle.Look under the front of the car at the drive axles there is 4 rubber boots 2 on each axle inner boot and outer boot.See if one or more of the boots is torn or split.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it had points and carb i could diagnose it but with all this computer control stuff it could be anything from a faulty sensor to a dodgy fuel pump or evan a multiplug loose .i would suggest the dealer to diagnose it sorry i cant be of much help but evan the software is encrypted and the vehicle has to be connected via the internet to stuggart
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
You might to have a tire shop check the wheel for roundness, not balance. A tire can be balanced and be out of round, causing the shaking you describe. On front wheel drive cars, the wheel/hub assembly may be bad, which a good tire shop can tell you if it is. Can't say if it will be expensive, the hub is relatively inexpensive. Labor will probably be the deal-breaker.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: front end vibration
sounds like you got the D.W (death wobble)
It is usually caused by either a bad tire,an off balanced, worn bushings, bad tracbar or loose steering components.
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 Kia Sedona shakes/vibrates when turning a corner and accelerating from 0-40. Repair shop replaced front left tire because stell belt showing. Stopped for day after repair then started again tod
one check if your wheels are tight 95 ftlbs if mag wheels remove make sure no heavy corrosin arond hub and rim wheel will not seat properly and come loose. 2 check front end if belts are showing check ball joints and tie rides for wear vans are also known
for bad wheel bearings even if you cant hear it at 80km50mph give or take it may have ecssive play
check that front end .otherchecks ps pump and or loose p/s belt
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Impala,
Has to be a drive axle,most likely an inner joint,should be able to feel the play if one is bad (jacked up to let the wheel spin freely).
Also. If the front suspension is weak,or lowered, the CV axle will bottom out in the inner plunge cup and make a terrible vibration.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
Testimonial: "You Called it !! Both axles were worn out at inner joint left boot blownout dry barings, right axle needle barings gone,baring floating around inside"
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