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05 ktm 50 pro jr engine vibration sounds good,runs good but vibrates considerably at mid to high rpm. New factory clutch installed.

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when some vheel missing weight , the vibration begins at 40-45 mph, now if begins at any moment of acceleration ,check inner drive shafts , no outer joints

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SOURCE: 2000 Dodge Dakota vibration while driving

sound like the u-joints in the driveshaft. Lay under the truck and where the u-joints are try moving the driveshaft up and down. If it moves then the u-joints are bed. This will cause a tremendous vibration under a load and the faster it spins it will smooth out.

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You need to find out what DTC the vehicle sets when the check engine light comes on. This will help you diagnose the problem. The engine is misfiring causing the rough running concern and probably the vibration in the dash. The DTC will tell you what specific cylinder the misfire is in P0300-304 or if the fuel is metering too lean P0171. Then you can check the appropriate system for a fault. you'll need to get a generic OBD2 code puller (local parts stores sells these things). let me know what specific DTC's you pull and I'll see if I can help you further.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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SOURCE: dodge neon sxt 2003 engine vibration while increasing rpm

Well i have s similar sound but im not sure if its the same. For me i just found out that its a bracket i never put back on. The motor mounts if you get them at an autozone which gives you a life time warrenty runs about 30 bucks and theres only 3 upper passenger and lower passenger and one on the drive side which is connected to the transmission. there is some what of a 4th one but that one never really goes bad and its the worst one of them all. Its located in between the 2 on the passenger side you have to move the engine outa the way to get to it and take it out. Im not sure if autozone or any place sells that one but like i said its probably still ok. i have 170000 mile on my neon and the mounts still good and trust me my cars been through alot and i mean alot its flied over cannels anyway yea so thats what i know about the mounts im not sure why the noise though. I say check the motor mounts if any are ripped change the ripped ones all at once trust me. Oh and i didnt the change on the motor mounts myself so it was free there not hard to change the first 3 i mean maybe the transmission one too all you need is a jack underneath it to keep it leveled right.

Posted on May 21, 2010

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