Question about 1994 Volvo 850
Also when going uphill on the highway the problem gets worse. I had the tires rotated and balanced and had everything on the front end checked. No problems found. Could it be a weak cylinder showing up at a higher cruising speed, motor/transmission mounts or even transmission problem. I do not fill any problems driving in town. Do not know what to check next. When I let off of the gas at 70mph the problem gets better.
Could be a bad motor mount, probably the front right. It is on the frame behind your passenger side front tire. Place a pry bar between the frame and engine block and try to lift the engine a little. You'll be able to easily see if it's bad. You can also check the upper engine mount, it's on the drivers side coming from the firewall to the top of the motor.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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