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Old 09-14-2011, 06:56 AM   #1
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Heavy vibration in rear end

When I have my car in park I feel a heavy vibration in the rear end... It's a very distinct vibration.
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Old 09-14-2011, 01:59 PM   #4
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Could be a number of things the gears the tc or they tranny itself
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Hmm drive shaft maybe does it only do it in park?
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Yeah only in park
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i had that problem not only in park but at a stop. took month for me to figure out it was harmomics. but it can get worse and mess something internally. sooner the cheaper.
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Old 09-14-2011, 03:13 PM   #9
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i had that problem not only in park but at a stop. took month for me to figure out it was harmomics. but it can get worse and mess something internally. sooner the cheaper.
What's that??? And no check engine light warning???

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What do I have to change?
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does the whole car shake or just the back i probally missinterped what you was sayin

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its a fly wheel in middleish with a weight in the back. there is a indeacator on the weight like a ruler. if rear could be differinal.

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does the whole car shake or just the back i probally missinterped what you was sayin

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its a fly wheel in middleish with a weight in the back(on engine). there is a indeacator on the weight like a ruler. if rear could be differinal. if you need a pic i can do that some time today.
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Old 09-14-2011, 04:00 PM   #11
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It feels like the rear end
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does the engine shake
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Probably your rear gears how many miles?
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Old 09-14-2011, 05:45 PM   #14
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The engine does shake but that's normal all motors shake
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The engine does shake but that's normal all motors shake
i know that more than normal
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Lol I just had to mess with you. Don't be offended my friend. No it doesn't shake like loose motor mounts...
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Lol I just had to mess with you. Don't be offended my friend. No it doesn't shake like loose motor mounts...
im not lol check rear gears or suspenion
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Old 09-14-2011, 06:09 PM   #18
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The rear suspension is lower than the front suspension. the gears are stock the suspension is stock.

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The gear fluid is stock..

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It's not that heavy. When I start the ca the car starts heavy

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I come home from work. Ok next morning turn on the car heavy shake and stutters to start. At park vibrates but not too heavy since I changed the o2 sensors. I had the code P1151. It vibrates it's noticeable
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you needs shocks for sure
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This is the most confusing thread ever!

If it's something happening in park, I'm going to go ahead and assume the car isn't moving. (If not, you have bigger problems). If the car isn't moving, that rules out gears, wheels, driveshaft, rough roads, racoon in the wheel well, and probably the transmission. No part of the drivetrain aft of the transmission is moving!

Seems the most likely thing would be engine mounts, but if you're sure they're OK and the vibration is coming from the rear, it seems like it's got to be the exhaust vibrating against something. Does the vibration change with engine speed?

If the vibration doesn't change with engine speed, the only other thing I can think of that would make noise in the rear is maybe a fuel pump?

If it's not the exhaust or a fuel pump, it's probably an earthquake that only happens when you drive the car. So stop driving it before you hurt somebody!
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I thought it was exhaust...

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But I was always worried about the rear end...
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push down on rear if bounces a few times you need new shocks
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Re: Heavy vibration in rear end

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I thought it was exhaust...

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But I was always worried about the rear end...
Like was stated, it can't be the rear end if you are, in fact, in park. Nothing moves back there when you're parked.
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