Question about 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI
When driving on the freeway (around 50 - 70 MPH) There is a rattling or vibration noise coming from the passenger side of the car. May sound like its coming from the front or rear tire area. Could it be the axle? This noise happens more often after I have been going above 50 MPH then I release the gas pedal, but not pressing the brake pedal yet. Just releasing the gas pedal and letting it run you can hear the noise. What could this be?
I had a similar problem. The dealer change automatic transmission and differential, but the noise continu. After research on internet i think the problem is the front galiper who create a vibration on the disc wheel and the vibration frequence follow the front axle until interior car. Just press slowly the brake pedal and if the noise stop , that's it the cause i think. I dont change my galiper, but i have a new transmission . :)))
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