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My 1995 FLHR has a noticable vibration only in a right curve?

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Bad vibration in reverse


This could be anywhere in the drive-line. Process of elimination would be the best approach. From your symptoms it sounds like the bad vibration is noticed at low speeds. There are many moving parts within this system. Were there and recent repairs performed? New tires could cause a vibration, if the tread is aggressive. Damaged wheel-bearings, defective components inside the rear differential (suspect low fluid level, damaged ring and pinion or bearings), defective U-joints, or internal transmission failure. You didn't mention if the truck was 2wd or 4wd. If the vehicle is a 4X4 then you will need to inspect the transfer case, the U-joints in the output shaft, and the front wheel bearings. I'm not sure how far you want to go with the diagnostics. Please write back if you have other questions or to give an update to how the repair is going, good luck.

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While driving the car shakes real bad and when turning to the right into a curve the car shakes, but does not shake going left into a curve


its possible it may be a bad inner cv joint as these can cause a shake when they start to seize and do not move freely.check to make sure that the wheel nuts are not loose and the front wheel bearings are not worn out and have excessive play in them,as if they do it can cause a vibration as well.

Apr 20, 2011 | 1995 Pontiac Grand Am

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When driving, if I go into a right curve and exelerate i feel a strong vibration, but only if i am exelerating. If I am costing around the curve it's just fine. Please let me know what you think. Thanks...


Are you getting a humming or grinding noise with it as well? This may be a wheel bearing issue causing the vibration which will be worse under accleration.

Sep 27, 2010 | Chevrolet Impala Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2004 Chevy Venture van. In past couple of days noticed increased road noise and a vibration from front end. Noise is kind of a "womp, womp womp" sound. Seems more pronounced when going around...


Have front tire's check out, but more then likely you have a bad front hub bearing. Have it taken to a repair shop where they can put it up on a lift and checked.

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Drivers side Wheel Vibration at 70mph+ when on a curve


The first place to check is the wheel bearing. This is because of heat build up both from the flat and from the "doughnut" tire. Because it was a smaller tire it could have heated the bearing grease extensively causing it to liquefy. You may just need it repacked or possibly replaced. The next thing to check is the idle arm and the pitman arm. These are easy to fix, they just need greased at the fitting. These are the two most likely sources, please let me know if you need more help.

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The truck vibrates when turning


You could have a bad wheel bearing or out of balance front tire. Without the trailer if you go on a curve the outside tire spins slightly faster than the inside. If you notice more vibration going left, then the right tire is the outside tire.

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Nasty vibration on the floor under the gas pedal


check the drive shaft between the intermediate transmission and the front transmission for miss alignement and defectivness of the telescopics system of this shaft. we had about the same problem on our 1996 same model...

Feb 25, 2009 | 1995 Nissan Pathfinder

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Slight vibration


hve yonr tyres rebalaced and pull the tailshaht out and check unis
vfor stifness and wear check the nut on the diff yoke is not loose check tailshaft for any small dents or damage
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Get ready for a overhaul. Ask the transmission companies and they will tell you that us Dodge owners are their best customers. Your torque converter is getting toasted. You have about 10k before it goes. Sorry for the news. Got mine done and now at 213, ooo so it was worth 1700 to get it fixed. got an extra 60 k and going strong.

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