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Bad shimmy in car on throttle after you reach cruising speed ( around 50 and up) it smooths out. What would cause that?

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Could be a bad tire,bad bearing, or driveline issue.carrier bearing , worn u-joints

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On 98 caravan 2.4 it starts to wobble at 40up to 50 mph mostly when accelerating when speed reached smoths also smooths out after 50 mph alll new including valves. could bad wires cause this?


How old are the good tires? These speeds usually mean belt or balance problem with tires...If new tires, they need to be re-checked for balance...and not out of round...also check for bent wheel...due to chuckhole? Sometimes a bent steel wheel can be hammered straight...hope this helps.

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Engine power and RPM's will be limited and cruise control will be disabled due to a throttle fault. This occurs when one or more throttle positions sensor readings are out of range or do not agree with each other. Sometimes this code is also set if the throttle plate cannot return to the idle position due to carbon buildup in the throttle body (you might try cleaning it). The code can also be caused by a bad mass air flow, output shaft speed, turbine speed sensor, or crank position sensor. If the throttle body is clean, operates smoothly, and no other sensors are failed, then you might have to just replace the throttle body.

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Vibrations during idling


which engine.??? never post lacking engine ,here is why.
1.3 L G13B I4
1.5 L G15A I4
1.6 L G16B I4
1.8 L J18A I4
1.8 L BP-ZE I4
1.9 L XUD9 diesel I4

Ill answer in the generic and for GAS engines. only.
that is illegal RPM, the ECU regulates it to 800 all the time
that means the ECU can not regulate the RPM now, for many reasons.
and sure it vibrates too low, that is normal for all 4cylinders to do that.
no bad engine mounts never lower RPM to 600, ever.
they dont control idle speed at all.
the #1 reason for most cars to idle too low are:
1: EGR leaks, (clean it)
2: ISC stuck closed (electric idle speed acututor dirty) clean it.
3: gross misfiring , caused by bad spark or bad fuel mix.
4: low compression on 1 or more cylinders (real low) Do compression test at WOT. throttle.



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