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HI, My prado 1999 4V 2.7CC 4WD M/T, my car is vibrating on high way after 100 km speed, please help me for sending solution of fault. upto 100 km speed its runs smooth but after 100 km it start vibrating all body and interior.
other problem is for tires the one i purchase this car he replaced the four tires of the car by size 205, 70,16R actual size is 215,70,16R or 265,70 R16.please advise it is ok no problem to drive on present tires,
Have your wheel bearings checked, when a wheel bearing is going bad it hums louder as you accelerate, when you stop or slow down the sound stops. A bad bearing does that, it over heats due to it not having enough grease on the bearing and will hum as you drive and get louder as you accelerate.
I've just bought a K13 Nissan Micra and it doesn't sound quite right. The noise I hear also seems to be coming from the back but it sounds like when you chop down a gear in a manual going down a hill and the engine revvs, well this is the noise I get in the automatic speeding up and slowing down, even just cruising at a steady speed. Any ideas people? Apart from this noise I love this car.
Hi, the CRV typically gets 9.5 litres per 100 Km, the gas tank on a CRV is 58L. You should be able to go about 610km on a single tank, but that is a FULL tank to EMPTY. I'd suggest filling up every 500-550km to be safe.
The most common whining noise from that tranny is the transmission pump. Sometimes they have a high pitch whine noise yet nothing wrong its normal. Sometimes its an indication of the pump being over-worked due to a dirty filter or fluid low. Turn engine on and check tranny fluid level. If low add to cold mark on dipstick, check for leaks under vehicle. If fluid appears very black or burnt smell, recommend flushing fluid and replacing filter (located inside tranny pan) yours will be a 4L60E type tranny.
My 1999 Cirrus did the same thing at about 65,000 miles. Bad wheel bearing on the left (dirver's side). When I would go around a left curve at speed it would quiet down, turning right would not change the hum at all.