Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
Vibration can be anything from brake rotors warped ,hub wheel bearing,bad cv joints or suspension part going bad -does it vibrate at different speeds or slowing down or under braking where do u feel the vibration in front or towards the back or while turning .tires dont usually vibrate unless it has a bad belt[defect in tire ]
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IF the vibration is there with the non-snow tires and gone with the snow tires, the it would be safe to assume that the new (non-snow) tires are at fault. they would have an internal cord separation problem (NOT GOOD). now if the problem is still there with the snow tires now and it was not last winter, then get your car checked for either a steering linkage problem - too much wear from a steering knuckle, also get your drive shafts checked - front wheel drive vehicles have two, rear wheel drive has a main shaft from transmission to differential, and the ones with rear independent suspension and rear wheel drive has two more driveshafts from differential to wheels. It is not a major problem right now but it will get bigger so kill the problem before that. you are on the hunt.lol. hope this helps you.
Posted on Nov 21, 2011
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