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Vibration I have a 1999 nissan quest that when you reach 60 to 65 mph. it begins to vibrate. I have replaced the c.v. shafts, and motor mounts. Everything else seems to be solid and in good shape. Have also checked alignment, tire balance and replaced wheels. What else could it be.

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  • Anonymous Oct 18, 2008

    I have a 1999 nissan quest,when I reach 60 mph the car begins to vibrate.Ihave changed the shocks,and the rauters.

  • mingchendtw Jan 29, 2009

    I have a similar vibration problem. It starts to Vibrate at 60 to 65 mph. I felt the steering wheel shaking and heart noise from the rear seats. I changed front bearing, tires and wheel rims, but the vibration still exist. Anyone have more info for solving the problem?

  • ambitiousj Mar 23, 2009

    I have the same problem. I had my tires checked, brake system checked and replaced the struts and nothing has changed. What is the problem???

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The 1999 Quest comes with the problem of vibration at around 65 - 70 mph. Need to find the speed around that range where it works best. Most owners of the 1999 made experiences the same problem and Nissan never did a recall on it. Problem is that the left side lower control arm was manufactured incorrectly ( half an inch shorter than was specked out to be); as per a Nissan Tech who changed his control arm to an off market and it solved the problem. He used one from Auto Zone.

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

  • mpurai Mar 18, 2010

    Hello Vjhelms, I went through that of changing cv joints both off market and dealer several times and the vibrations shows up not long after. The ties rods get eaten up on the left side always due to a bad control arm on that vehicle.


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I just had both cv axles replaced. Took care of the vibration. Several mechanics told me they couldn't find a problem to cause the vibration. It was so severe the entire back seat would shake. hope this helps.

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