Question about 2000 Buick LeSabre
At 40 mph the car starts to shake. It last to 50 mph and smooths out and driver fine. the shaking seems to be worse when I accelerate. But does not seem to come through the steering column.
thanks for any help you can give. Eddie
I have this same car with exactly the same problem. Begins shaking at 40mph and stops shaking as soon as you let off the gas, but then begins again as soon as you press on the gas and smooths out as you get over 50. And the shaking is not felt through the steering wheel. Solution: Replace the transmission mounts. There are two of them, one on each side mounted on the frame right next to the shock strut. There is also a front and rear engine mount, but I replaced the two as described and shaking is gone.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Hey Eddie..my name is Keith....and usually a bad vibration between 30 and 55 MPH indicates that one of your tires is out of balance..and if the steering wheel doesnt shake..that leads to think a rear tire is out of balance..but this is the easiest thing to have checked at a shop..but there could be other things..so lets pray that its just a tire out of balance...if it isnt..write me back
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
I have a 99 chevy K1500 it starts to shake close to 35 or 40. What could be the problem?
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
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