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My 2005 pathfinder start to vibrate at the speed of 100km/h and disappear at 130km/h

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SOURCE: vibration in my truck at high speeds

I would start with the cheaper problem first, if you live in snow or mud county pull the tires look for mud, ice, then have your tires re-balanced. Not that try wheel aliment

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SOURCE: feels like tires vibrates between speeds of 80km and 100km

HAVE THE TIRES BALANCED AND CHECKED FOR SEPARATION

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 Equinox: 2005 chevy equinox vibration at low speeds...

A low speed vibration is likely caused by a tire. Check to see if any rims are bent. Have the tires checked and replaced as necessary. If the tires are worn unevenly have an alignment done. If this is an AWD model check the driveshaft and support bearing.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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driveshaft yokes have prematurely failed on these with a lot of owners. as well similar problem with tranny cooler in radiator leaking and allowing coolant into tranny destroying tranny thus causing vibrations. checkk www.nissanhelp.com in the forums and you will prob find a better answer/more info.

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SOURCE: I have a 1999 nissan Pathfinder that starts to

it could be a bad engine or transmission mount.

Posted on Nov 25, 2010

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Have you tried to exceed the 100km/h and if so does the vibration go away.... If so, take the vehicle for wheel balancing.... alignment would be a good idea at the same time.... If the vibration becomes worse and does not go away, have the universal joints inspected.....
If these suggestions fail, let us know more details about the vibration....For example, do you feel it through the steering wheel, or is it through the seat....Does the whole vehicle become effected....Does it seem to be in front, or from the rear? Give us more details....

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