Question about 2004 Kia Optima
We changed the timing belt and the tensioner and it still vibrates. what do we look at now?
Posted on Jul 22, 2011
From my experience with vibrations. First does it vibrate while not moving but reving. If it vibrates with or without moving it could possibly be a broken motor mount check your motor mounts to be sure they are not broken. If it only does it while moving it just may be one of your tires with a bad spot. If you keep riding on it you will find that problem shortly ( it will blow out and have a flat tire). Also if its while moving it may be a balancer on the cv joint. If its neither one of those check for any kind of balancer as in a pulley balancer or anything on a rotating part.
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