Car vibration between 55 mph and 75 mph (only) - My car vibrates like crazy at certain speeds on the freeways. It's a definite vibration between 45 and 50 and once in a while I can feel it around 30. Its strange because at normal highway speeds, there is no vibration whatsoever. Must buy new hub assembly at around $525 each, have had been in two trucks that had bearings go bad at around 725K miles. The vehicle was then taken to an independent mechanic where the cause of the failure was undetermined. vibration through steering wheel and dash (shakes drinks in cup holders) vibration stops near instantly when trans put in neutral or letting off the the throttle. Re: Vibration at 40-45mph I'll be getting my Acadia back this afternoon. Driveline vibration comes in at 60 mph bad at 65 disappears at 75. After 70 or before 45, you will not notice it. Basically, there is this annoying shudder/vibration that is most noticeable between 40-45 MPH, any speed slower or faster it is not very noticeable except above 60 MPH where it starts to almost qualify as death wobble. If it had a leaky pipe on the turbo could it have sucked air inor starved the turbo bearings of oil ,either way it could have damaged the bearings causing a vibration to take place. Recommendations / Instructions This vibration or growl noise can be difficult to diagnose and using the Pico Scope is recommended. Looking for some advice - I have a 2005 4runner (115,000 mile), just had the pinion bearing replaced in the rear differential. The Vibration. Why would my tundra have a vibrationin it at speeds of 40-55 mph 2 Answers. The vibration is felt in the steering wheel as the harmonic frequency of the rotating tire exceeds the dampening capabilities of the car's suspension. My 2006 (built in November 2005) runs like a new truck, since I did that. Yesterday i noticed a vibration only during acceleration between about 20 MPH to about 40 MPH. It would howl louder at 45 than any other speed, but it never actually vibrated the truck. I have a 2010 JK Sport Auto, At 45 -50 mph there is a vibration you can feel through the pedals and seat. It goes away if I solw down or speed up out of that range. Kia Owners Club Forums > KIA Models > Soul > Vibration Between 45-55 mph Page 5 of 6 In 45 years of driving I have never worn a clutch out, or had to replace one. first they tell me its the breaks, then tires, then rear axle coupler, then its the muffler, then they tell me wind vibration NOT. I had the wheels balanced today and the vibration is not as bad as it was on Thursday but it is still there. Ford F-250 owners have reported 72 problems related to steering wheel vibrate (under the steering category). Coasting in neutral 40 mph, turn off engine, brake to a stop--same result. changing lanes at 55mph) and comes rigt back when I straiten out, it dosn't go away when i turn left at all. Took the truck back a week later (when I had time) and had them rebalance the tires. the faster you go the worse it gets. i hear of people taking long raod trips in their car. My truck vibrates 45 mph and up. Took it to the dealer and they felt and heard it also. My truck has 15K on it. (Vibration was present before Diff. A2A - Thanks for the A2A The most likely cause is a balance problem with one or both tires. and then smoothing out at 45 m. Finally I took the car to the mechanic and he said the control arm bushings are worn and that replacing them would fix the problem. My old truck which is not a Mack (Dont shoot!) has a terrible driveline vibration between 50 and 70 mph. Before 45 it feels normal but you start feeling a small vibration at 45 and by 55-60 it almost feels like you are in a massage chair. A vibration between 45-50mph I have a small vibration when i hit 45mph (i think this is a shift point) and it stops after 50mph. You need to balance both shafts on the truck after getting the runout at the ends of the shafts to less than. Has anyone had this problem with a Tundra? I have new tires and they have been balanced but still a slight vibration from 45-55. I tried to show both the 45 mph vibration and the 70mph vibrations that. 55-57 mph instead of 50-60. I bought my wife a 16 Luxury Escalade the first of July with 22K miles. It has a vibration under load (acceleration) at about 60 MPH. I have a 2003 E150 with 88,000 miles on it. 1700 mile old truck felt like it had the infamous "death wobble" at 65+ mph. today our local MBCA chapter had a "do it yourself day" at a local INDIE. I have a vibration in my truck that begins right on acceleration at about 20 km. This rotor unevenness can make your brake pads grab unevenly or, without warning, making the brake pedal and steering wheel shake. well here is the problem im having. the car is pretty much un drivable at 65 70. Vibration lessens as speed increases. Ive had the driveshaft balanced and the U-Joints are good. When this happens you will experience a vibration through the steering wheel starting at 45 to 50 miles per hour. Maintenance/Repairs. I have even removed the rear drive shaft and put the truck in 4x4 and drove it and it was still their. My F150 is a 2011 model with the 2 piece driveshaft. I am getting a vibration that starts at 50 and stops at 55 mph. After 45 min of trying, set me up with their sister dealer across town. I am a design engineer at NVG and one of friends run's the NVH lab. It feels like it is the front, maybe front left. No new tires, rims or anything added. 2004 - 2008 Ford F150 - At wit's end with vibration at 70 MPH - Hello again folks; Well; the last time I posted, I had just bought new tires and thought the vibration in my 07 screw Roush stage 2 was gone. #PIT3009L: Suspension Vibration Or Frame Beaming At 40-60 MPH (64-80 KM/H) - keywords front rear shake shock spring tire - (Dec 3, 2009) Subject: Suspension Vibration or Frame Beaming at 40-60 mph (64 - 80 km/h) Models: 1999-2009 Chevrolet Silverado and Silverado Classic 1999-2009 GMC Sierra and Sierra Classic The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s. Car vibration between 55 mph and 75 mph (only) - My car vibrates like crazy at certain speeds on the freeways. Total movement? more then the one in my dually that has 168k miles on it. My truck does fine at the slower speeds, no vibration is present. All the suspension is stock and I have developed a shake feels like it is coming from the rear of the vehicle once I hit 45 mph. A good first step Truck shaking at certain mph or when under load. it goes away if you turn off the overdrive. When it gets into the 3rd gear, if I cruise at about 40-45 mph (cruising meaning I don't accelerate, just press the gas pedal as is. It bucks inconsistently and it should be in 3rd gear at this speed. We recently purchased a '98 Pace Arrow 35W. The Superduty trucks do not have this piece. Shudder/vibration at 40-45 mph. Dealer put on a new set of tires and wheels and it does the same thing. 55 axle ratio can cause a Surge/vibration to start at approx 45 mph (77 kph) when the torque converter engages ( torque converter clutch MUST be engaged ) and then goes away at approx 62 mph (100 kph). I had just the 15-25 mph vibe and it got fixed. At first, it started around 45 mph, then subsided around 55 mph. We purchased a used 2014 Flying Cloud 27FB Twin from the Airstream Dealer in Atlanta in July of this year. I have a 2 1/2" suspension lift and anti inversion spring shackles and did not install wedges under the rear differential to compensate drive shaft angles. Yesterday i noticed a vibration only during acceleration between about 20 MPH to about 40 MPH. Vibration at 40+MPH 3G Dodge RAM - 4X4 Talk. Where would you guys start to figure out what's going on?. And as soon as the car switches gears it stops. This is an extremely common problem in 4 wheel drive trucks, especially Dodge's. Airbags, Dual-stage frontal airbags for driver and front passenger; Seat-mounted side-impact airbags for driver and front outboard passenger; Head-curtain airbags for front and re. Please help - it will be appreciated! We have a load related heavy vibration between 45 to 60 mph on this 2006 Dodge 2500 Cummins pickup. while cruising at 40 or 45 it is quite annoying, but nothing that feels unsafe to drive. Again, the vibration/shudder happens around 40-50 and can happen in any gear, but I'd say it's worst in 4th. I've acquired a vibration in my 78 FJ40 between 45 and a little over 50 mph. 3 My truck shakes when I reach 45 mph, if I accelarate to 65 it goes away for a while untill I start to brake down to lower speed. I have a 07 Liberty Sport all stock with 65K miles on it. I have a 1967 mustang coupe that with a 302 and (I think original or at least as old) c4 transmission. I have a vibration throughout my car when accelerating on the highway between about 40-60 mph. When it does that I can feel the steering wheel ratt. I have gotten it to where it would vibrate and have put it in 4x4 and the vibration stays the same. I'm on 102k, rotated tires include spare, road force all tires, checked calipers, but didn't replace. When I let off the gas, it goes away. At this point it starts shaking almost like something right down the box and into the cab of the truck is rippling. It's a definite vibration between 45 and 50 and once in a while I can feel it around 30. Its not a shake in the stearing, its a vibration that starts at 45 mph and up. The car is capable of 55 MPG if on cruise control at 55 MPH, above and below 55 MPH the MPG gradually falls (45 MPG at either 45 MPH or 75 MPH, 35 MPG in the city). Some customers may have Vibration or Growl Noise between 45-65 MPH. I have noticed the tachometer going up and down by about 200 RPM when it does it. I don't get out on the interstate much so I don't get much chance to drive over about 50 or 60 MPH. so I get it back put it in and the damn truck still is vibrating at 35+ mph. I cant figure out what is going on, but I feel a vibration on the driver side of the car. Hello everyone, I have a 2004 GMC 2500 HD with a 6. I got to checking some things and found the rear u joint smoked. nothing scrubing,draging etc. I am getting a vibration that starts at 50 and stops at 55 mph. My truck vibrates 45 mph and up. 55-57 mph instead of 50-60. What could cause truck to vibrate between 50 to 55 mph, had tires rotated and balanced, but still is vibrating? Figuring out which end the vibration is coming. I seem to be feeling a vibration between 40-45. Hey guys in new here, not sure where this should exactly go but j think it will fit well here. Car is a 02 gti 1. Q: My Ford F-150 has a shudder at 45 to 50 MPH under a light load. Car is only vibrating at 40-45 mph. I had the tires balanced and my front end aligned, but I still had a vibration and shimmy. About 2 weeks ago front end vibration started. 100 km/hr or 60 mph where it turns into more of a constant vibration with a bit of a hum. Both started off with just a slight vibration. I haul a 18' fish and ski boat and a 29' travel trailer. Swapped front tires from my friends truck (nothing, still same) 3. The bigger the difference between the shape of the front wheels and the back wheels, the more vibrations will occur in the back of the vehicle. I will be very interested in this fault as my Tempest has the same sort of mileage on it ,do they use this engine in any other mosel of Kia or even Hyundia. Front driver wheel hub also did need replaced but it was more of a wheel hub noise, not the low pitch vibration. Over two days, it has changed and now happens between 35 mph and subsides around 45 mph. New front excels and drive line. The 2015 GMC Sierra is a great truck, and the dealership I used was. I have a 2003 E150 with 88,000 miles on it. Anyone a vibration around 45-50 mph in an 07 Chev Silverado Classic? I have had it to 2 dealers who say nothing is showing up on the computer, hence nothing is wrong. They have balanced, rotated, toed in, put a dampner on, now they want to force. Have a 2005 4x4 with 138000 and today it started a very noticeable vibration at 60 mph that can be felt throughout the truck. Why would my tundra have a vibrationin it at speeds of 40-55 mph 2 Answers. My truck does fine at the slower speeds, no vibration is present. Officially, Toyota says: "Some 2005 - 2014 model year Tacoma vehicles equipped with automatic transmission may exhibit a vibration felt in the seat, floorboard, and steering wheel between 15 - 25 mph caused by a second order drivetrain vibration under acceleration. The right side headrest will do a mighty dance at 75MPH. It's just a matter of learning what is normal and what is indicating something may be out of whack. The purpose of this bulletin is to outline the recommendations and procedures for diagnosing and repairing vibrations caused by wheel and tire , axle components and/or propeller shafts. You start to gradually feel the shaking/vibration in the steering. 6 4wd manual) vibrates between 45-55 mph. This is where I am at with it: it will start shaking at around 65 and get worse at 75. Below 45 and the shake is undetectable, at 45 or so MPH it shakes very hard, about 50 MPH and up it seems to get smoother BUT you can still feel a little shake. Diminishes as you speed up or slow down from 45 mph. and cab still shakes its not a vibration. Begins at 45 mph. I had just the 15-25 mph vibe and it got fixed. When I accelerate from 40-60 mph there is heavy vibration throughout the car. I have this strange vibration when I reach 40mph and it increases intensity until past 45 and it goes away. Again, the vibration/shudder happens around 40-50 and can happen in any gear, but I'd say it's worst in 4th. My truck is an 04 4x4. Kia Owners Club Forums > KIA Models > Soul > Vibration Between 45-55 mph Page 5 of 6 In 45 years of driving I have never worn a clutch out, or had to replace one. 2WD Rear Engine Insulator 2 1 1 Front of Vehicle 2 Label ENGINE I. vibration through steering wheel and dash (shakes drinks in cup holders) vibration stops near instantly when trans put in neutral or letting off the the throttle. (No Trucks) - Vibration @ 60 mph + - I have a 2004 Sonata that starts vibrating at speeds over 60 mph. Get free shipping plus 50% off Version Lp Professional Lp. Now when i am cruising at 40-45 mph I get a momentary shudder/vibration that you can feel even through the seat. this time he raised the vehicle and ran the truck in four wheel drive when i accerlate slowly on a level road it will shake at. I had the noise in drive but didn't have it if I shifted to 3rd gear. Issue: Some 2017-2018 Escape vehicles may exhibit a vibration at highway speeds above 80 Km/h (50 MPH) which may be attributed to short term flat spotting in the tires. I realize it's a 4. 1999 to 2016 Super Duty - 45 MPH Vibration - Does anyone have a solution to the problem. Define Shaking: This is not a rough idle shake, this is a very noticeable, rough, shake. does not matter if the car is accel, decel, or staying at the same speed. I don't get out on the interstate much so I don't get much chance to drive over about 50 or 60 MPH. Express & G-Series Vans - Vibration at 50-55 mph - I have a 2000 Express 3500 with 193K miles. My truck is an 04 4x4. Downshift 1st, coast to almost a stop--still have vibration, but not as much. I have gotten it to where it would vibrate and have put it in 4x4 and the vibration stays the same. Seems to be felt more in seat than in steering wheel. Vibration at 70 mph 3G Dodge RAM Diesel Talk. I will be very interested in this fault as my Tempest has the same sort of mileage on it ,do they use this engine in any other mosel of Kia or even Hyundia. It is especially bad if I am going around a curve while accelerating. John Deere 1972 Chevy C10 Custom 4X4 PRO Brushless 1/10 RC Monster Truck 45+MPH. BUTCH MOSLEY BUTCH MOSLEY LIVESTOCK MCGREGOR, TX Posts: 16: Heys Guys Thanks for reading,, I have a 95 Pete exhd this truck has a terrible vibration somewhere in the rear. 11, with a north wind at 14 mph and gusts as high as 22 mph, and a total daytime snow accumulation of around 5. We have replaced the spark plugs, all wires, tires are new and have just been balanced. Diminishes as you speed up or slow down from 45 mph. Have the stock gears and running 33" tires. Jack up the front end if any play they are going out. If they dont move easy when the drive shaft is off the truck they are bad. Its strange because at normal highway speeds, there is no vibration whatsoever. Vibration at 45 to 65 mph. 1L and Allison. When I accelerate from 40-60 mph there is heavy vibration throughout the car. It starts as the Rav slows through 40 MPH; sometimes starting around 42-45 MPH and will continue through about 35 MPH. Recommendations / Instructions This vibration or growl noise can be difficult to diagnose and using the Pico Scope is recommended. Re: Shudder/Vibration Between 35-45 MPH Wheel balancing, Improper air pressure, balls joints, tie rods, end links. So is it safe to say my driveshaft is out of. Fact is you can hear the door panels rattle. No drive shaft balancers are missing 4. and cab still shakes its not a vibration. Covered under extended warranty. When the rep that checked the truck in tried to tell my wife it was non-OEM tires, she about came unhinged. Acura MDX Shudder or Vibration While Driving at Speeds Between 35 and 40 MPH - 223 reports. Took by SKYRIDE to the dealer, turned out to be faulty driveshaft (out of balance). Want deals for Hc T, find the best value and save big. I have a vibration that seems be more of a slow shake between about 38 and 47 mph. I actually though it was the road until I got on to smooth surface and replicated it several times. Lately I've been noticing that if I creep up to 40 in 4th, say I shift into 4th around 35 MPH, the vibration/shudder is worse than if I were to shift into 4th at say 45 and keep accelerating. Balanced tires, (didn't help, same) 2. It is a FWD and has about 180000 miles on it. I have had my tires load tested, balanced, rotated, etc. Try to put your transmission in 3rd gear and get above 45 mph with out overreving the engine. looks like ill be looking into a U-Joint correction / replacement. its not loud, and its not to crazy. make sure they do TSB 0008-14 for driveshaft vibes! accept no other excuse. The other day, an odd vibration began. Acura MDX Shudder or Vibration While Driving at Speeds Between 35 and 40 MPH - 223 reports. this time he raised the vehicle and ran the truck in four wheel drive when i accerlate slowly on a level road it will shake at. Has anybody had this happen to them or is your truck doing this. your transmission mount, front wheel bearings, u joints, then move on to the rear axle and driveshaft. The wheels are made with slightly different shapes. I thought it might be a U-joint but when i got under the truck there is no play in the drive shaft. I have gotten it to where it would vibrate and have put it in 4x4 and the vibration stays the same. have also checked all 4 wheel bearings and they are good. The 2015 GMC Sierra is a great truck, and the dealership I used was. does not matter if the car is accel, decel, or staying at the same speed. On smooth road, the van will sometimes vibrate at around 40 to 45mph. Now it could come back, but as for now I believe the issue was due to flat spots in the tires. My '07 RTX had the same slight vibration in 5th gear between 45. after you let off the gas thats when the vibration starts, but if the motor is under load the vibration is very very suttle. Both the noise and vibration stop when I turn right (I. After 70 or before 45, you will not notice it. Swapped front tires from my friends truck (nothing, still same) 3. Recommendations / Instructions This vibration or growl noise can be difficult to diagnose and using the Pico Scope is recommended. My wife just called to say that on her drive to work the car started to vibrate at speeds above 40 mph. i hear of people taking long raod trips in their car. com is a leading forum, social media community, and news site for everything related to Ford trucks, Ford truck parts, Ford truck mods and Ford truck photos. " have a 90 Model YJ with a 4. Driveline vibration comes in at 60 mph bad at 65 disappears at 75. My local shop thought it could be the driveshaft so we sent it off to be checked. stock or lifted) and how you would describe this "shake". and cab still shakes its not a vibration. Heres my best shot at explaining the Vibration: The Truck drives very smooth up to 60 km/h (40MPH) then starts to vibrate in the seat and the floor, The Vibration seems to be at its worst at 100 km/h (60MPH) and the steering wheel starts to shake, The Vibration changes Frequency at around 120 km/h (80MPH) and becomes less noticeable. It felt like really out of balance tires or like my old biased ply tires did when cold years ago. Lately I've been noticing that if I creep up to 40 in 4th, say I shift into 4th around 35 MPH, the vibration/shudder is worse than if I were to shift into 4th at say 45 and keep accelerating. Covered under extended warranty. Has anyone experienced a low RPM / MPH vibration? If I am driving at 30-35 MPH and try to ease into the gas the truck will shake until I push considerably on the gas pedal. No drive shaft balancers are missing 4. Vibration at 45 mph. When applying gentle acceleration the vibration becomes progressively worse, becoming a rumbling noise that you can feel in the driver's seat. Coasting in neutral 40 mph, turn off engine, brake to a stop--same result. mine did it at around 55-60 mph when I got the truck with 45k miles on it. i would not take mine past the post office and even then i had better have the phone number to the wrecker crew with me. I realize these trucks were built to drive but there are times I just like to cruise around but it makes for a very uncomfortable drive. 25 x 45 or 10mm x 45mm Socket Allen Head Cap Screw Fine Thread stainless 5 New Maglite D: $9,999. Seems like maybe a wheel is not properly balanced, but I'm not sure. #PIT3009L: Suspension Vibration Or Frame Beaming At 40-60 MPH (64-80 KM/H) - keywords front rear shake shock spring tire - (Dec 3, 2009) Subject: Suspension Vibration or Frame Beaming at 40-60 mph (64 - 80 km/h) Models: 1999-2009 Chevrolet Silverado and Silverado Classic 1999-2009 GMC Sierra and Sierra Classic The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s. Is the vibration in the steering wheel or throughout the truck? does your truck have rear. Rear has been completely rebuilt and no un usual marks on the gears. It seems to come from the rear end as I can see the tailgate bouncing up and down in the rear view mirror. I thought it might be a U-joint but when i got under the truck there is no play in the drive shaft. I also replaced all the track bar and control arm bolts with larger ones from Northridge 4X4. my brothers disco 2 with 114000 miles has developed a vibration. It does have lift blocks in back but the hopping is not the classic acceleration rear wheel hop. The characteristics of the three local wind systems governing the valley's wind field, as well as their impact on evaporation, will be presented. (No Trucks) - Vibration @ 60 mph + - I have a 2004 Sonata that starts vibrating at speeds over 60 mph. have also checked all 4 wheel bearings and they are good. The 99 century class class trucks have a one piece front hub that has factory pressed bearings in them, canot be replaced. No worse loaded or empty and the only way to overcome it is to quickly accelerate past that point. Hi all: 2001 530i 5 sp, 101,000 miles, well maintained (I've owned the car from new), stock wheels and tire sizes. It bucks inconsistently and it should be in 3rd gear at this speed. Its on a really smooth road which was just repaved about a month ago, so I don't believe its being caused by the road. I have a straight 6 engine manual transmission. Any thoughts?. The left rear was out of balance by 1. My truck is an 04 4x4. Looking for some advice – I have a 2005 4runner (115,000 mile), just had the pinion bearing replaced in the rear differential. Airbags, Dual-stage frontal airbags for driver and front passenger; Seat-mounted side-impact airbags for driver and front outboard passenger; Head-curtain airbags for front and re. Replaced it and also replaced the carrier bearing while i was there. They have balanced, rotated, toed in, put a dampner on, now they want to force. Vibration problems will commonly be caused by the suspension in your truck's front end rather than the rear. When it does that I can feel the steering wheel ratt. Again, the vibration/shudder happens around 40-50 and can happen in any gear, but I'd say it's worst in 4th. Heres my best shot at explaining the Vibration: The Truck drives very smooth up to 60 km/h (40MPH) then starts to vibrate in the seat and the floor, The Vibration seems to be at its worst at 100 km/h (60MPH) and the steering wheel starts to shake, The Vibration changes Frequency at around 120 km/h (80MPH) and becomes less noticeable. Good luck!. It's easy enough to check that as well. Has anyone else experienced this issue. This is what i have done,,,New drives, had all u jolints replaced, also had driveline balanced, new carrier bearing, the ride height has been checked, Also. my only idea is to have the tires rotated. Applied Ergonomics. this time he raised the vehicle and ran the truck in four wheel drive when i accerlate slowly on a level road it will shake at. I had the tires balanced and my front end aligned, but I still had a vibration and shimmy. Tires are good and no snow. It vibrates quite bad after 50 mph and you can really feel it in the steering wheel and seat of the truck. i had no noise. oh lets not forget the serpentine pulley. IT HAS HAD ALL 8 - Answered by a verified Ford Mechanic. There are two main probable causes, but first we need to know more about your Jeep (e. OK when I am running at 45 MPH I get this vibration in the dash, well actually all over. Hey guys in new here, not sure where this should exactly go but j think it will fit well here. Neither the sound or vibration is present any lower than about 50 mph. What could have been a 45 minute job turned into 4 full days. About a week ago, my mom ran off the road with it in an emergency. You can feel it through the wheel like you would with a tire out of balance--but I've had the wheels balanced twice and changed the tires (put on my snows) and the vibration doesn't change. 0-60 it floats. I did put the factory wheels and tires back on and the vibration went away. I replaced the passenger side inner and. Glad I bought the extended warranty. Now if the tires are out of round, that is an entirely different story. Basically, there is this annoying shudder/vibration that is most noticeable between 40-45 MPH, any speed slower or faster it is not very noticeable except above 60 MPH where it starts to almost qualify as death wobble. My F150 is a 2011 model with the 2 piece driveshaft. The speed is also the time that most tire balance problems start to show up. Severity of the shake may vary from. AND it goes away as I drive faster than 80 mph. Vibration at 45 mph. the whole truck shackes when this occurs. U joints are good. Front driver wheel hub also did need replaced but it was more of a wheel hub noise, not the low pitch vibration. Rattling sound occurs at 35 miles per hour - 45 miles per hour. I believe u-joints make noise too before they go out, but I'm not totally sure. now i have done the tb crank (got about 2" outta it) and shackles in the rear about say 6 mnths to a year ago. Sat Nav on dash vibrates side to side. My truck vibrates 45 mph and up. The front section has runout of. Spec for the tires is 0. I noticed a vibration in the car when I'm driving on most road surfaces (freeways) at 70 - 80 mph. It made it fine to my destination (about 7 miles away) but on the way back really started to shimmy through the steering wheel at about 40 MPH. From 45 mph To 60 mph my truck makes a deep strong rumble/vibration noise. I've had the vehicle 2 years and replaced the ball joints, idler, pitman, and shocks when I got the truck. Truck has 38500 miles. Define Shaking: This is not a rough idle shake, this is a very noticeable, rough, shake. Both Aashish and Brian are on the right track maybe I can help a little as well. Brix Qualifies 19th in Kodak Car For Rolex Series Season Finale At Miller Motorsports Park TOOELE, Utah, Sept. Over the last couple of days I've noticed an ever increasing vibration that occurs at 40MPH and disappears around 50 MPH. My 94 525i (74,000 miles) has a bad vibration between the speeds of 55-60 mph. The truck performed admirably except when driving 15-25 mph through different school zones or up hill. Both started off with just a slight vibration. There has been quite a few people who have had their driveshaft replaced and it did nothing to cure the vibes. Broken or weak shocks, tie rods, wheel bearings and other components will make your truck's weight distribute unevenly and cause a vibration. 1999 to 2016 Super Duty - 45 MPH Vibration - Does anyone have a solution to the problem. Sort of like the car is hesitating, or when there is a pulsing from having a window open at high speed, but more subtle. It has done this every since i got the truck and i new the wheel bearings were bad and I needed them replaced to pass inspection anyways so i thought that would fix the problem but its still there. In order to understand this issue, we went to a local Toyota dealer and took a Tacoma out for a few hours. It's a V10 with 53k miles. Apparently, the three '07s that they test drove from the lot vibrate much worse than mine does. Old motor mounts can cause rattling and vibration as well, but they typically won't shake your ride the same way a tire that needs balancing does. Mine starts about 40 mph, seems worst at 46 mph and goes away by 54 mph. My wife just called to say that on her drive to work the car started to vibrate at speeds above 40 mph. And it seems to lessen above 70mph. Ridiculous. My truck sits a lot now but I drove it the other day. Express & G-Series Vans - Vibration at 50-55 mph - I have a 2000 Express 3500 with 193K miles.
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