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Vibration in passenger side

When I am driving have a vibration in the passenger side of my 99 Grand prix coming from the wheel. I have put a new Drive axle, wheel bearing, brakes, Tie rod, and tires. still not fixed any solutions. When I am on a bend curving right the vibration changes or goes away depending on the turn radius

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Have you changed the shock or strut sometimes that can make it viberate or have you checked the engine mounts on that side?

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Shakes at 65mph had tires balanced also I cant feel it in the steering wheel it feels like it's coming from the back passanger side or middle

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I have a vibration at 70 miles per hour

if the wheel alignment is faulty ( castor wobble ) at 70 mph there is no way that you can describe it as a vibration as it virtually rip the steering wheel out of your hands. If it is a torque converter problem then at around 3850-4025 rpm stationary there will be a vibration of the vehicle and engine The sort of vibration that you are experiencing at 70 mph will come from a drive line problem. If rear wheel drive then it could be faulty "U" joints, worn slip joint or failed rear engine mount
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I have a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix and I have a low vibration and noise from the front passenger side starting at 100km/h and over and almost sounds like the wheel isnt inline but doesn't pull to any...

Hi, nice car i loved that model tough on gas tough, heavy body! Now the front wheel. i would jack it up and spin it by hand and listen real good, you can also put a solid bar on parts of the hub and also around that area and put the bar near your ear. If its bad it will sound off like you wouldnt beleive. Do both sides of car so you can hear the difference. First just spin it before going to a bar, just might hear it like that. Ask somone to spin it for you if you need to use the bar. Dont forget to put a horse under the car so the car doesnt fall from the jack on you. Alot of people die every year because of no horse. Let me know ! Frank

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I have a 1995 pontiac grand prix se when I get up to 35 mph or higher there is a repetative clunking type noise and a vibration it stops when I hit the gas or the brakes it also happens when I turn a...

If I recall correctly, this vehicle is front-wheel drive. If so, have a shop (or if you can your self) check the drive axle that delivers power from the transmission to the front wheel. A boot could be ripped.

Your symptoms sound similar to what happened to a friend of mine's vehicle. The sound would come and go.

I hope that helps!

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try checking your bearings on both sides. as for your brakes when you change your rotors try changing both of them as well as your pads. i had the same problems and that fixed it. if it persists i would look at your ball joints and then your calipers. good luck.

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