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My 2003 Eago electric cart has a constant rattling coming from the rear end.It is not the hub though.Drives me crazy.

On takeoff and steady speed rattling worse

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SOURCE: my 2003 rav 4 vibrates on rear end while driving

I would suggest having your universal joints checked out , sounds like a bad joint or bearing somewhere in the rear end, if you can get your speed up to about 50, put your rav in neutral and let it coast if it stops vibrating, it most likely is your problem

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SOURCE: 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora Rear Rattle

If it's making a clunk noise when hitting bumps, check the mounting plates and bushings that hold the rear end to the frame. GM made these plates out of aluminum and the bolts that go through the plate and the bushings rot out and the rear end slams against the frame.

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SOURCE: HOW DO YOU TAKE THE HUB AND BEARING ASSEMBLY OFF

they have a large screw in the middle of the hub cover with a metal cap in the very center of the hub with a screw driver flat tip take cap off and you will see the bolt holding it in place remove bolt replace hub and bearings return everything to proper order . if you are not sure of how you are takeing things off take pictures to remind you of how it all goes

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SOURCE: front end shakes at all speeds, worsens at higher

Hello!
Could honestly be something a simple as low air in one of the front tires that will throw off alignment, or a little more complex as a bent tie rod or worn out CV joint (low on lube). Start with the simple -- check the air in all the tires and make sure they are all at the correct PSI. If you still find that it does the same, try driving it on the highway (or any straight away) and let go of the wheel for a brief moment to see if the car pulls to a certain direction. If it still drives straight then I would scratch off the bent tie rod. Still could be CV joint or even the sway bar is damaged. Being a 2003, I may even venture to say that the engine mounts may be a little worn and the shake is the result of normal engine running but poor stability due to the old mounts.
As you can see there could be a WIDE range of things. Best thing to do for safety sake is to bring it in to a shop. Have them do an inspection. Most places charge minimal for an inspection and at that point you can make a decision on whether it is worth fixing.
Hope this helps a little!

Jeff

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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