Question about 2004 Jaguar X-Type
Vehicle suffering with a vehicle vibration at 150kms/hr drives out at 160kms and comes back in at 190kms/hr. New parts fitted with no affect on the vibration are driveshafts,front subframe, transferbox,propshaft and a new set of wheels and tyres. VVA readings taken and reports level 1& 3 which report to a wheel and propshaft concern, yet these are all new.
Get tires spin balanced on a force variation tire/wheel balancer. Hard to find a shop with one but worth it. It can chek for excessive force variations in tire that other machines can't. It's a Hunter 9700 machine in the USA.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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