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Old 05-08-2012, 03:36 PM   #1
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vibration problem.

My car vibrates at 4500 rpms in 4th, an 3000 rpms in 5th. What would it be!?
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What kind of vibration? Seat of pants, steering wheel, floor boards rear, front?

Could be a bad trans mount, bad trans, u joint, rotors, tires etc.
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:23 AM   #3
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Feels like everything. Ill have my foot on gas an as soon as I take my foot off the gas it makes the vibration. I recently had to push it because my clutch cable goin out, an I heard a tickin sound when I was pushing it.

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An it was coming from the rear of the car. Sounded like where the drive train is.
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Sounds like maybe a bad u joint or maybe the driveshaft could have thrown a weight and causing it to vibrate at certain rpms.
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Check your driveshaft bolts, sounds like they are getting loose.
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I like the fast responses on here! But ok I'll have to check it out. I thought it was something with the drivshaft also but wanted to get other opinions. But thanks guys!!
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