Question about Cars & Trucks
When a vibration suddenly starts to happen, it means that something is loosening. Usually it's a panel or a sheet of metal that's vibrating on it's resonant frequency, that's why it goes away with speed, it passed the resonant frequency.
It's very hard to find because you have to be under the car to see it. If you find something you suspect, tighten the screws or put a rubber band on it to test it.
I have tht on a HHR, but I havn't found it yet. onits
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
Testimonial: "Thank you for that. Do you perhaps think it could be the alternator for that the lights are now dim , the battery is fully charged and the car struggles to start . Could that liberation notice be the alternator bearing packing up?"
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