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Vibration on drive train

Driving above 80 km/h a vibration on 4 wheel drive shifter strart an it is noticable on steering wheel

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SOURCE: Heat in front wheel when driving

Thanks all for the feedback
The piston on the calipers is very stiff - was very hard to retract
Is it a common problem for the piston to stiffen like this...?
Hoping that lubricating the piston or replacing the seals will solve it cause a new calipers is looking expensive....

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SOURCE: engine vibrates at all rpm

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SOURCE: 2001 MONTERO SOPORT THE THETRUCK

vibrations in the truck and the steering wheel moving im assuming small movements left and right sounds like you have a broken tred or belt in one of the tires i would start with the front ones because of the movement in the steering wheel. it dosent do it at lower speeds because it takes a certian speed to cause the tire to roll out of balance this is probily the feeling you are getting in the steeringwheel and in the truck over a certain speed. its had to spot but sometimes you can jack up the car and spin the wheel by hand without removing the wheel to see if there are any lumps or high and low spots in the tire as it turns. as i said start with the front tires they are the ones that will cause the steeringwheel to move like that.. if you have tires that are under warranty they might do this check for you. the car will stay in allignment and hold good pressure if this is the problem.

Posted on Jun 02, 2011

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