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V70 D5 2007 MANUAL.Excesive vibration coming through to driver at about 70 to 80 mph in top gear.Wheel balance and tracking ok. Engine seems to be very rough.

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You may have a bad ball joint. this should be under warranty so contact a volvo dealer

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Get the engine tuned at any service station which uses a PC for diagnosing & rectifying the tuning very accurately. But before you do that, rev up the engine and observe whether the engine starts vibrations. If so, check engine mounting bushes and replace if deformed. However when a vehicle starts vibrating at high speed, its due to with the main axle which ends up at the differential. Both ends of this main axle have spider bearings at both ends. All bearings will have to wear down with use. A play will compound the effect at higher rpm.
As far as the engine is concerned, i.e. roughness of engine can be eliminated by using carb. cleaner for the injector nozzle which accumulate carbon at the nozzle tips, such that all cylinders are not able to provide equal force during combustion....sodeep

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