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11-14-2012 12:23 PM
Incognito27 Yea i am at a loss as to what is causeing the vibration and 98% of the time its only when i accelerate. Very little any other time.
11-14-2012 11:51 AM
DerbyDave
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Have you checked for tire cupping?
Opps, Just saw the tires are new!
11-14-2012 11:50 AM
DerbyDave Have you checked for tire cupping?
11-13-2012 10:41 PM
Incognito27 alright i`ll go and get a full alignment and see if that does the trick
11-13-2012 09:29 PM
drewts86 No both front and rears should be aligned
11-13-2012 07:35 PM
Incognito27 Yea new wheels and rims that were all balanced ,i haven`t done an alignment but that would be more front end wouldn`t it
11-13-2012 06:44 PM
drewts86
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Rims and tires are new and rear end shook before i got them , so its not them.
My first guess would have been wheel balance, but you mentioned new wheels and rubbers. Did you have the wheels aligned at the same time?

It won't be the engine mounts. You'd feel that coming from up front.
11-13-2012 04:06 PM
Incognito27 bump for anyone`s thoughts
11-12-2012 07:17 PM
Incognito27
Still having a problem.....

So when i drive and i accelerate , my car vibrates , feels like its coming from the rear end . I thought it was my rear wheel bearings , changed those , figure it had minut chance of being the links , but i replaced those. i am at a loss. i have a nagging though it would be one or multiple of my engine mounts , but the sensation of the rear end bugs me.

Could it be the engine mounts? and how easy is it to change it without actualy lifting the engine out?

I have new rear drums with bearings (forgot the tone rings so abs/traction/ebrake lights are on) But its not the drums or bearings . Neither is it the links i just replaced those.

So any thoughts would be appreciated.

Rims and tires are new and rear end shook before i got them , so its not them.

Thanks

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