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My truck vibrates real bad so i need to see a diagram to make sure everything looks like it shows. i know its not the tires i have new tires

I need a diagram to see if the transmission mount is mounted right

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  • Danny May 11, 2010

    Do you have allterrrains or off road tires? A tranny mount wont really cause your truck to vibrate.



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In most cases it would be the propshaft are out of balance or the universal are worned out

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My 1998 Chevy Tahoe shakes real bad about 50 60 miles per hour and stopped at my 75 what's the problem

Jason, it can be a number of things causing the vibration..check the obvious first like Glenn Blevins answer. If that doesn't help then go on to the less obvious things..Like...
Hard starting or getting real bad gas mileage? (I know, the mileage sucks to begin with..I own a 2000 OBS Tahoe Limited so I know the mileage sucks!)
*Fuel pressure regulator..
*Spider fuel injection..Check these to make sure pressure is holding good.
*Distributor..They wear and act crazy...I'm in the process of changing mine now...It made my Hoe shake badly!
I don't know what the mileage is on your Hoe but I would say it's about time to start checking all the things I have mentioned.
There are lots of really good forums to get info on these trucks..OBS (Old Body Style) trucks have a large cult following so you will not be at a loss for info.
The vibration started at about 40 mph and would chill out around 65 mph...I knew it wasn't tires/rims on mine so I hit the forums and found a new world of info and testing to do on mine.
If it turns out to be a worn distributor on yours, go to ebay and purchase an billet aluminum made one..about 5-10 dollars more than the stock plastic shell OEM one that came on the truck.

Feb 27, 2015 | 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe

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Vibrating on the passenger side at low speed fory honda 2003 crv

the most common reason for a vibration is most of the time due to a bad tire. check the tire and look for a bubble or what we call a hop in the tire, this is on the tread of the tire not the sidewall. a good way to do this would be on a lift, this will be hard for you unless you spot the bad tire otherwise the crv will need to be put on a lift and ran in drive as you watch the tires spin and look for a hop in the tire, your crv is 4wheel drive which means all wheeels spin so all tire must be off the ground when checking them. if the vibration is at low speed then the bad tire should be easy to find, this is where i would start first, with tire checking, alsomake sure tire pressure are correct, at around 32psi. good day.

Apr 10, 2011 | Honda CR-V Cars & Trucks

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What is the problem if the car is shacking in a high speed? My car doesn't vibrate on high speed until i change the the tyres into new ones.

Take the tires back to whoever installed them and have them re-check the balance. vibrations at high speeds are usually a balance issue.

Also make sure all the lug nuts are tight!

Oct 01, 2010 | Subaru Legacy Cars & Trucks

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Bad vibration at about 45 mph

There are many area's that can cause vibration.
May be a solution if you check:
Since you do not state a specific region:
No particular order:
1. Have the tie rods check. Loose bent can cause
2. Check the wheel bearings to be sure tight and
packed. correctly.
3. Check the drive shaft to make sure none of the
knuckles have come loose.
4. Check the shocks to make sure none have
5. Are there any loose body panels?
Have someone tag along and watch each side of
the vehicle when the vibration starts. See if they
can spot the problem area.

Hope this helps!

May 27, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Getting a strong vibration at 70mph plus. seems

un balanced tire or bad tire have a tire shop look to c if a tire has thrown a belt

Mar 25, 2010 | 1988 Nissan 300ZX

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On the front passenger side, I replaced the ball joint (it was bad), the tie rod (bad) the wheel bearing (bad) and the CV HalfShaft (bad)....yet.... there is STILL shaking on the passenger side of the car....

The new tires could be out of balance,or even though they are new could have a bad belt in one of them,If it was doing this,the problem,if it was there before the tires were installed,have the front end checked.And you may need a front end alignment.If the tie rod,and ball joint were bad on that side,then chances are the other side may have bad front end parts also.You know it needs alignment after replacing tie rod ends don`t you?Eye balling the tie rod end does not get it back in line,and it may have needed the alignment anyway,Have a 4 wheel alignment done to make sure that is out og the equation while diagnosing the problem.

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2001 explorer sport trac, shakes bad when braking(like a bad rotor) inspected and everything looks new, checked runout on rotor with indicator and they look good, no real vibration when driving and dont...

does the shake come and go at different speeds? check your tie rod ends by lifting the front wheels off the ground and grab the tire and shake from left to right. if they are tight you probbably need to replace the rotors

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I have a 1992 Dodge Dynasty. It has 204,000 miles on it. Guess because the odometer stopped working. But my real problem is I have a very bad shaking problem seemily coming from the right front tire. The...

Jack that side up & try to turn the wheel with it in neutral,be sure to set the e-brake. Could be the caliper hanging up due to a bad brake hose or frozen slides.

Jul 15, 2009 | 1992 Dodge Dynasty

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