Question about Car Audio & Video
Some rotating part is not balanced properly and when its vibrations match the body of the car it goes in resonance and increase dramatically.
You need to find that part and balance it. Start by balancing the wheels. If this doesn't fix it then take the car to a shop, lift it out of the ground, find out what shafts have a lot of play and replace their supports. Ideally you should start the car while the wheels are off the ground and rev it while looking at the shafts, you will see the one that is vibrating. To balance a shaft you need a specialized shop, if you can't find one in your area then just replace it.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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