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Vibration throughout car...change engine mounts, changed centre bearing, gearbox mount, changed both front and rear couplers still have bad vibrations


check for the drive joint phasing and angle setting of the center bearing
mostly with center bearing , the drive shaft has to be split and the flange removed for the bearing replacement
the flange can be put back on in any position and that will throw out the s joint phasing
Take it to a drive line specialist shop and ash them to check the phasing and angles to eliminate the vibration
The vibration could have been from a bad joint and the new joint was not properly installed which will also vibrate
If you are not familiar with the term phasing It is when the joints are in direct line with each other when placed on a flat surface and allows the differentiating speeds of the crosses as they pass through the 90 degrees to cancel each other out and stop the vibration
the drive line specialist will know and explain it better as he will have the drive shaft to show you on

Jun 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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I am having vibration in powertrain after approx. 30 minute driving time.Car is a 2001 subaru forester


It is impossible to answer your question without knowing the YEAR, MAKE, and MODEL of your vehicle. That being said, what you are describing sounds like a BRAKE PROBLEM, especially if the vibration can be felt in the STEERING WHEEL.
Suspect front brake lines (especially if any mechanic was stoopid enough to pinch them off during brake repair), sticky front caliper(s), or grooved rear drums (if so equipped).

May 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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What could be causing a vibrating noise when going slow speeds but decreases when in faster speeds


Hi Chris, I'm glad to help! Vibrating / Roaring sounds can be anything from rear or front diff problems. Drive Line U-Joint problem. Wheel bearing bad. Even transmission problem. You have to pin-point where the vibration is, is it in the front, in the rear, on the right or on the left. Is it in the center of the vehicle and so on. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Chris!

Jan 04, 2014 | 2007 Jeep Liberty

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Fuel line vibrates near fuel tank


So the line vibrates. What is the problem with that? flexible fuel lines normally do flex.
Why is it a problem for you? is it making a noise? does it stop the engine?

Dec 20, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Front axle vibrations


worn Struts can add to vibration

Sep 24, 2013 | Nissan Frontier Cars & Trucks

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1996 chevy suburban front left tire clunking noise at 55mph and vibrates at 60


Hi Shane, It is possible that the tyre has been damaged. Take it to an alignment center and have them balance all the wheels and check the tyres. Regards John

Sep 01, 2012 | 1996 Chevrolet Suburban

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When im driving about 20 miles per hour on the drivers front there is a vibration and grinding sound what could be this problem


Lots of things can do this. Check your front hub bearings by jacking up the vehicle and turning the tire by hand. Or if you are using a commercial lift, let the wheels rotate with the engine running and the trans in gear.

Last week one of my clients had a similar problem. On his SUV, he changed the left front hub to no effect. He then changed the right hub to no effect. The problem was the front U-joint on the front driveshaft of the 4x4. It sounded like a left side noise but was actually coming from the center of the SUV and it vibrated and felt like a left side vibration.

Since Hub bearings are known to fail, they are worth checking. You do have other moving parts in the front drivetrain. A grinding sound can also generate from the rear Emergency brakes, as the shoes inside the rotors rust, the linings fall off and get eaten by the moving parts. Its also possible to have a floating front brake pad. with the loose pad separated from the metal backing and skipping on the side of the rotor. There is not enough room for the pad to fall out completely.

I hope my solution helps you find your problem.

Jan 11, 2011 | 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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Brake line leak


brake lines are available in several lenghts, you can do it in two pieces which will make life easier, use a use a brake union not a compression fitting, if the line is too long coil it near the master, it will absorb vibration

Jul 27, 2010 | GMC Yukon XL Cars & Trucks

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Front end vibration at 40 mph and rubbing sound


Vibration at 40 mph hard to diagonisis without looking at front end. Could be wheels need balancing, new wheels and rims. Loose or worn suspension items.
Bring vehicle into a tire and alignment shop. Most Sears auto center have them.
With regards to rubbing noise again hard to diagonisis without looking at the affected tire, probably a splash shield hitting the tire in reverse.
Alignment shop will find the problem.

Apr 14, 2010 | 1992 Honda Accord

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Vibration during acclerating .ford f150 91


Believe it or not check your engine and transmission mounts. They are reinforced rubber and they may be giving, causing misalignment, creating vibration.

Feb 01, 2010 | 1991 Ford F150

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