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My car vibrates does that mean it could be the convertor attached to the timing belt my steering wheel vibrates when I cut the car on you can tell when the car is sitting still.

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I would check the out and possibly the engine mounts even air filters can cause this

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Took snow tires off and still sounds like I have them on also have a vibration in the steering wheel?


Steering wheel vibration is often caused by:
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  • Bent wheels
  • Bad wheel or CV bearings
  • Loose suspension parts
"Road noise" is often caused by:
  • Bad wheel bearings or bad CV joints
I suggest checking for all of these.

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At 65mph and over the steering wheel vibrates


if you feel vibrating over the steering wheel mean the front wheel are out of balance.if vibrates from you seat then it's the rear wheel out of balance.Sometimes you can have wheel weight lose.

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WHEN TURNING THE STEERING WHEEL IT VIRBRATES


If you are turning the steering wheel all the way to the "lock" position, you are probably putting too much pressure on your power steering pump and you are most likely getting som drive-belt slippage.

Nov 12, 2011 | 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada

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Where is the crankshaft on a 99 jeep cheeokee 4.0


The crankshaft is the main shaft that all the pistons are connected to by connecting rods. It is an internal part with both ends sticking out. In the front, the crankshaft pulley is bolted to it and it rotates when the engine is running, making the belt run around the pulleys for your power steering, and alternator to charge the battery. At the back is where the flywheel is attached. Your starter engages this to start the whole thing in motion. Your transmission is attached to the flywheel by a "torque convertor". the convertor converts the spinning motion of the engine(crankshaft) into usable power through the gears to make your wheels spin and down the road you go!

Dec 31, 2010 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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A piece of material came out of my harmonic balancer and I dont have any brakes, steering, and its not charging what is the problem.


Sorry to tell you this but you need to get a new harmonic ballancer wheel.
The rubber that came out is part of the whole constructed unit.
The rubber lining inside the housing helps balance out any vibration in the belt assembly.
The rubber has to be inside the grooved drum that the belts attach to powered by the crankshaft,so no rubber inside is like driving your car without tires on the rims.
Slip around nice eh? so does the gap between the belt housing and the pulley that's attached to the crankshaft.

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M,y 2003 rav4 4wd steering wheel vibrates at high speed


the vibration can be your tires, it may need balance, or the tire is out of round. I had seen the tires wear unevenly can cause this. what I mean is because this 4 wheel all the time design, if any of the tire is worn more than the rest can also do that.
the noise is a different thing, it can be a ball joint or tie rod end

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Squeeky belt and front wheel vibration after having belts replaced


I would guess your two issues are separate. The squealing belt could be an adjustment problem or a wet or damaged belt. Belts can vary, how long they last. I have replaced them the next year on some cars and others could 3 or 4 years. The tire vibration could be related to the tire tread or some type of tire defect(a bubble in the side wall), may be an alignment problem. Check the steering components, tie-rods, ball joints, and wheel bearings.

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1994 honda accord car shake on reverse gear


check your rear engine mount.

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Vibration in steering column


if your vibration comes and goes with different speeds, most likely problem is balance in tires/wheels. a bent wheel often vibrates more with higher speeds. if the vibration is stong in the steering wheel, the problem is normally in the front end, if you feel in more in the seat or body of the car then look to the rear end.

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