Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
I get a real bad vibration in the seat of my 2004 monte. Thought it was a steel belt in the tire. Had new tires put on and it still did it. They told me one of my rims was warped so I replaced that. it is still doing it. any ideas or suggestions???? Thanks
There are many area's that can cause vibration.
May be a solution if you check:
Since you do not state a specific region:
No particular order:
1. Have the tie rods check. Loose bent can cause
2. Check the wheel bearings to be sure tight and
3. Check the drive shaft to make sure none of the
knuckles have come loose.
4. Check the shocks to make sure none have
5. Are there any loose body panels?
Have someone tag along and watch each side of
the vehicle when the vibration starts. See if they
can spot the problem area.
Hope this helps!
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