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Why do I have a right front vibration during acceleration and heavy braking


I would suggest that you check the wheel bearings for condition and adjustment
have the cv joints checked for that drive axle
check all suspension ball joints and steering ball joints on that side

Jul 18, 2015 | 2000 Buick LeSabre Custom

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BOTH CV AXLES & TORQUE AXLE REPLACED. UPON ACELL GET VIBRATION GOES AWAY AT ABOUT 25MPH. WHERE IS VIBRATION COMING FROM?


Check for a worn universal joint on the drive shaft going to the rear wheels.

Check your transmission fluid level. (Low level can cause vibration on acceleration.)

Check to see if your transmission filter needs changing.

Does it only vibrate under heavy acceleration?

May 04, 2015 | 2006 Honda Ridgeline RTL

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2003 F350 6L Diesel, 6 speed manual transmission. Vibration/noise right front when under medium to heavy acceleration, vibration/noise becomes very prominent starting at 1900 rpm in all gears (still can...


Rob, assuming this is a 4X4? Sounds like a bearing. They can vibrate, snap, clunk, all kinds of terrible noises or vibrations.
Axle u joints will also do this. Is it all wheel drive?

Nov 02, 2013 | Ford F-350 Cars & Trucks

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Vibration when accelerating and at high speeds


could be a few things engine mounts gearbox mounts cv joints on prop shaft flex disks if it has any could be missing when under heavy load there are many things i have somthing similer on my mercedes think its the flex disks hope this helps

Aug 18, 2012 | 2005 Ford Escape

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Pick up seems to drag/vibrate esp at 1st gear even though the ff. have been replaced: release bearing, clutch disk, pressure plate, transmission support, center bearing and cross joints. gear oil are all...


My 96 Nissan 4x4 did this especially in first and in second as well if accelerating hard and also more pronounced if hauling heavy items. It turned out that the front yoke on the driveshaft linking the transfer case with the front differential was rusted and frozen to the portion of the driveshaft on which it is supposed to slide. If your truck is not four-wheel-drive this will not be the cause of your vibration. If your truck is 4x4 and this is the cause of your vibration and it has been doing it for a while, check your engine mounts as the vibration can damage/break them--especially the left one.

Dec 19, 2009 | 1996 Nissan Pickup

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Front end


could be a deformed tyre ,really need to drive it to see whats causing it

Dec 14, 2009 | 2006 Pontiac G6

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2004 Kia Sedona shakes/vibrates when turning a corner and accelerating from 0-40. Repair shop replaced front left tire because stell belt showing. Stopped for day after repair then started again tod


one check if your wheels are tight 95 ftlbs if mag wheels remove make sure no heavy corrosin arond hub and rim wheel will not seat properly and come loose. 2 check front end if belts are showing check ball joints and tie rides for wear vans are also known
for bad wheel bearings even if you cant hear it at 80km50mph give or take it may have ecssive play
check that front end .otherchecks ps pump and or loose p/s belt

May 28, 2009 | 2004 Kia Sedona

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Vibration


remove the rear drive shaft and redrive it. it could be the drive shaft or the angle gear (the front of the drive shaft bolts to the angle gear).

Feb 22, 2009 | 2003 Volvo XC70

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