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Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Brake Rotor/Disc
Common signs include noisy brakes, vibrations that can be felt on the pedal, and score marks on the rotor.
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Ball Joint (Front)
Common signs include clunking noises and excessive vibration from the front, and you may start steering to the right or left unintentionally.
How to Buy a Good Quality Crankshaft Harmonic Balancer
It sounds musical, but what it really does is disperse vibrations that travel through the crankshaft to prevent damage to it and other vehicle components. The harmonic balancer, or vibration damper,...
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Front Output Shaft Bearing
Common signs include a noisy drivetrain, excessive vibrations, and oil leaking from the transfer case in all-wheel or four-wheel vehicles.
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Axle CV Shaft Assembly
Common signs include loud clicking noises when turning, grease on the inside edge of the tires, and excessive vibration when driving.
How Long Does a Driveshaft Last?
When it comes to important components in your vehicle, the driveshaft holds a lot of importance. This part is responsible for delivering the torque, or power, that is being made by your engine...
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Driveshaft
Common signs include intense car vibrations and abnormal noises, like clunking, rattling, and scraping sounds, coming from beneath the vehicle.
What Causes a Car to Shake?
You’re driving down the interstate, and as you come up to cruising speed, the steering wheel starts to vibrate in your hands. You grip a little tighter and press the accelerator a little more....

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Fast Vibration that increases with speed, and can be felt best through the steering wheel
Usually, vibration in the steering wheel is due to dynamic imbalance of the wheel/tire assembly and/or a rim is bent. Wireless chassis ears can be helpful in the diagnostic as they can pinpoint if one side, versus the other, is...
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front passenger wheel well smoking
The unusual high heat on the right front side could be due to a failed wheel bearing and/or a stuck brake caliper. If you compare the brake rotor temperature, left versus right, using an infrared thermometer you can determine if...
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When I go over a certain speed my accelerator pedal starts to vibrate a little. 2009 Toyota Camry
Hi there - if by "go over a certain speed" - you mean vehicle speed, the vibration could be a worn CV joint or worn motor mounts, allowing more engine vibration than should be expected. If you mean engine speed,...
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What would cause the vibration i feel in my gas pedal and floor board?
Vibration felt through the floorboard can be due to tire imbalance, tire defects, or excessive radial force variation, on rear axle mounted tires. Contributing factors in the circumstance you are describing could be worn struts in the suspension. If there...
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What could be causing the serious vibrations in the steering column and front end when the truck exceeds 35 mph?
Hello, thank you for writing in. The most common issues with vibrations at higher speeds are related to the tires or suspension. The first place to start is having the tires inspected. Make sure the tread is deep enough, the...
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I have a Lexus RX 350 (2008). This morning it suddenly showed the engine light indicator and started vibrating.
The burning smell and vibrations could have been caused by the engine misfiring and making the exhaust come through the intake or there is an electrical issue that is burning on the exhaust system. I recommend seeking out a professional,...
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vibrate
Hello, thank you for writing in. Typically the brakes will vibrate during and after a stop if there is an issue with the brake pads, rotors, or the caliper guide pins. Start by checking the guide pins, as they are...
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Vibration and noise experienced at the front left wheel.
Hi there. The vibration could be the wheel hub assembly worn or the CV Shaft moving around. The wheel is attached to a wheel hub assembly which is attached to the steering suspension on the car, so the wheel will...
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Vibration when 65+mph or when stoping
Whenever there are multiple causes of vehicle vibration, which is probably the circumstance you face, it is best to fix the obvious causes first because that will greatly simplify diagnosis and identification of the remaining causes. So, in your circumstance,...
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I have a "hop"
I would evaluate the springs, and shock absorbers. A weak shock in particular can set up a bouncing (hopping) cycle. If no problem is found there, I would recommend you use wireless, remote chassis ears to pin the noise (or...
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OK I gotton mybreaks bearings. Struts and rotors all re done but i dont think they realingd my breaks and rotors because it. Still
Vibration on braking is typically due to excessive thickness variation in the brake rotor, pad defects, or excessive rotor runout as installed on the hub. If the brake rotors that were installed on your car are new, thickness variation in...
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I have a code P0171 and needs repairs.
Hi there. The code P0171 is caused by the engine getting too hot and not having enough fuel to burn. Check the fuel injectors, fuel pressure, and the fuel pump to see if they are working properly. Since the vehicle...
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Bouncing when towing or backing up
I am not surprised to hear that your Nissan struggles trying to move a heavy load up hill!! After all those years and miles, I would be glad that it still ran and save it for lighter work! Old trucks...
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When I turn right it starts vibrating and shaking.
Hi there. The CV Joint on the right or left wheel in the front is popping the bearings and causing the vehicle to shake and vibrate as you turn. I recommend replacing both the CV Shafts on the vehicle in...
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My car is very loud, what could it be
The presence of relatively loud noise, as well as vibration, could mean you have multiple issues. Typically, very loud operation is due to exhaust system faults but exhaust system faults will not generally cause vibration in the vehicle. To investigate...
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steering problem
Failure of the outer CV joints is a likely cause of the audible clicking noise on turns. Usually, back and forth movement in the steering wheel is due to dynamic imbalance of the wheel/tire assembly and/or a rim is bent....
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vibration and smoke from tail pipe
Check for diagnostic trouble codes. If the smoke is blue, oil is getting into the combustion chambers and perhaps the rough running is due to partly fouled plugs. If the smoke is black, the air fuel ratio is way off...
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Steering wheels move to the right when applied the brake.
Causes of brake pull include worn or warped rotors, a stuck caliper, a collapsed brake hose, worn suspension parts and uneven tire inflation. Vibration on braking is typically due to excessive thickness variation in the brake rotor, pad defects, or...
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Significant vibrations after new rims and tires installation.
Unless you were previously able to operate at 90 MPH with no vibration, I would not necessarily expect such success now with the new tires and wheels. Once you get up to speeds like that, there are lots of possible...

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