Question about 2004 Nissan Frontier
I have a vibration at 35 mph anf 65 mph. I have chased this vibration for 50,000 miles. I have installed three sets of tires, had the tires road forced balanced several times. I changed all front wheel bearings. I changed driveshaft including carrier bearing. I installed new lower ball joints both sides. I notice others are having the same problem. This IS NOT a tire issue. I have ordered and will change the differential carrier or HOG HEAD assy. While I have it out I will change the rear wheel bearings on the rear axles. I will repost with the out come. The shops and the dealer will tell you the tires are bad. You have to fight it yourself. It be easier to buy another truck but I have to find the problem on this truck.
Check cab to chasis mounting rubbers.
can remove one or two bolts and see if change in vibration
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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