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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front end vibration
It sounds as though your car has two seperate problems. The first problem with the vibration that goes away when you let off the gas pedal is caused by a bad INNER CV joint. It only vibrates when you are accelerating because that is when the joint is under stress. Your vehicle has two axles, each with an inner and an outer joint. My suggestion is to have a competent shop determine which is the bad side and replace the entire axle. The second vibration which occurs at any speed is most likely cause by either a bad tire, or a bent rim.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
This must be a case of worn or nearly worn brake pads, happens to me all the time. As you buy new disc pads, make sure you use a 'break in' conditioning to the new pads, meaning, from speed of 30-0 slam the brakes, then cool off, then 45-0, slowly do the same if it is safe to do so, and on a clear road, if possible do a 60-0 do the same thing. Before doing these, I have to say make sure, either have your rotors checked by a mechanic if it needs to be cut to specification meaning there are no ridges/circular deep lines on the rotor surface. Good luck...
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
Increased vibration from a vehicle indicates worn out engine supports. This vibration often disappears when revving the engine high, but is very noticeable at low revs.
You can have these inspected and possibly replaced to reduce the vibration cominf from your engine.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Make sure all of the engine mounting bolts are tightened properly. One loose engine mount bolt can cause exactly what you are describing. While you're doing that, perform a visual inspection of the attachment points on the frame, making sure there are no visible cracks.
Aside from that, just stick a wrench on every bolt and nut on the bike that you can see - and make sure everything is tight.
The only other possible thing I can think of would be a loose flywheel on the crankshaft. Unlikely, but check just to be sure.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
if this problem only happens when the eco light is on, then you prob have a bad rear engine mount. these vans have active front and rear engine mounts. when the engine is in VCM mode(operating on 3cyl) the front and rear engine mounts control the engine vibrations. when the rear one goes bad it connot control the engine vibrations. the rear mount can be visually inspected for failure(if its resting on itself), or on a test drive with the active noise control turned off. or engine brake torquing.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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