Question about 2005 Mazda 3
Many Mazda 3's have this problem. The first solution is the engine mount on the passenger's side has a rubber-like gasket which may be cracked or defective. Take a look with a flashlight and see if yours is in good shape.
If it is in good shape then it can be something within the dash that is vibrating when your engine speeed increases. First remove all times from any consoles or compartments you have from the front of the car. Drive around and see if that eliminates the problem.
If not, check if the air vents are tight. Hold them from their outer frame and try to wiggle them around. If they are loose, you will need to seal them. If that is fine, then you will need to remove the dash cover and put the car of a lift to replicate the sound and try to notice which item or component is vibrating. You may need to hold different components with a pair of insulated pliers as you do this.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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