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Vibrations in hummer h3 at 40 mph

When hummer hits 40 mph there is vibrations in vehicle...have larger tires on it..is this normal?

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Vibrations can be a result of many things other than tires. Below is a list of possible causes ranging from worn, broken, misaligned and broken parts.

1. Suspention components
2. Steering components
3. Hubs
4. Bearings
5. Transmission (low fluid or mechanical issues)
6. Unbalanced driveline
7. Rear differential (low fluid or mechanical issue)
8. Axles (bent, bad bearings, low fluid)
9. Bent rims

This will show that there are many mechanical issues that can contribute to the vehicle vibrating. You may want to check these items whether you do it yourself or bring it in. It could be a cheap and easy fix like balancing the driveling or it could be something more complicated like a transmission issue.

Good luck and i hope that this will point you into the right direction.
























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