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Car shakes i have a 2002 chevy impala the car shakes when acclerating between 35 and 65 when i coast it stops so only on acclerating i bought used rims off another impala a year ago i thought mite be those rims so i changed back to my original rims that came with the car. i relly cant afford to spend 40 here and 40 there changing rims and tires i think an allignment might help but the car doesnt pull or anything just shakes really bad till speed over 65 any help would be appreciated thank you in advance

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  • o_adame Apr 14, 2009

    it shakes even with the old rims my mechanic said it was the rims but like i said i changed them and have new tires on all 4 but still shakes when your by yourself or two people in front it doesnt shake when you add a third person particularly to the rear passenger side it shakes shake is worse the more people there are in back seat

  • o_adame Apr 14, 2009

    thank you guys ill try first getting the cv joint looked at what i meant to say was shaking gets worse the more weight there is in the rear ill get it checked and re ply thank again

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    Antipode May 11, 2010

    Is it only doing it with the new set of rims/tires, or is it also doing it with your old ones?

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The problem sounds like a bad axle shaft or cv joint especially if the shaking stops when there is added weight to the back because this is taking some of the load off the front of the car where the axle shafts are located

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Dear Adam, You have a rear wheel drive auto. I suggest you have the differential pinion bearing checked for lateral movement. That means grabbing the drive shaft near the diff and try to move it up & down and side to side and in and out. If you get any movement"at all" the pinion bearings are wearing or the crush sleeve has lost its tension. If this is the problem, the diff has to be disassembled and parts replaced. Good luck. It can get expensive so ask around.
Yours Moe

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TAKE IT TO A TRANSMISSION SHOP THAT OFFERS A FREE EVALUATION COULD BE IN THE CV SHAFTS OR THE TRANSMISSION

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