Why does my car vibrate a little?
Vibration is usually caused by an out of balance or defective tire, a bent wheel or a worn driveline U-joint. You may find that the car shakes the car in an up and down motion. You may feel vibration through the seat, the steering wheel or even in the brake pedal.
What could cause vibration at high speeds?
Tires. Tires are one of the causes of cars vibrate when driven at high speeds. Tires do have a significant role in a vehicle, be it four wheels or two wheels. The different air pressure of the car tires will also make the shock breaker heavier, and if left for a long time, the damage will spread to the steering wheel.
Why does my car shake at 95 mph?
The shaking is typical of a tire that is out of balance. Tires are balanced with metal weights. Over time, weights can come off. The other possible problem is that one of the tires is damaged and has a cord separation, which could cause the vibration and lead to a tire blowout.
When does the vibration stop at 45 mph?
Current issue is this: there is a vibration that occurs while driving that only happens at about 45 MPH then stops when you hit about 50. Very narrow MPH range where it occurs. Otherwise there are no vibrations to speak of. Tranny was rebuilt about 50 miles ago and clutch is new. Let me know your thoughts.
Is it normal for a car to have vibration?
It’s a common rule that cars should run smoothly on a flat road, at any speed. However, if you’ve owned a car long enough, chances are great that your vehicle has developed some vibration issues.
Are there any problems with the 1993-2000 850?
Fortunately, the shift interlock micro-switch is fairly easy to replace. Many 1993-2000 850, S70, C70 and V70 models can have issues with the ABS control module that can cause the ABS warning lamp to illuminate.
What’s the problem with my 1993 Volvo 850?
Just the little annoying things that can drive you nuts trying to resolve if you don’t know the cause and where to begin fixing it. Beginning with the 1993 850 Volvo began using an upper engine mount (also called the upper engine stabilizer) that helped to control engine movement especially during acceleration.