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Old 03-27-2013, 01:49 AM   #1
popwar
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I've only had the car a little over a month . Ever since i've been trying to figure out the cause of my shaking/vibration above 60mph+ . You can kind of feel it doing a lurching deal around 40mph at light consistent throttle . Anytime above 60mph+ , It will shake the steering wheel starting , then shake the radio area and you can feel it in your legs for a few seconds . It comes and goes . Things I've tried are Hubs and bearings , Outer tie rods , Tightened a top tranny mount that was loose which helped it a little . I've checked for excessive drive shaft play and have looked for any missing weights . Road forced balance tires and alignment. I have noticed that after a week or so all my tires lose around 10psi of pressure and dont lose anymore after that . That 40mph lurching subsides after airing them back to proper pressure . heres a video if you can tell the steering wheel shaking .
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Old 03-27-2013, 02:39 AM   #2
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It could be the tires or the wheels. I had a 280 z that when I first got it at certain speeds the steering wheel would shake like a dog ****ting chicken bones and this is after having the wheels and tires balanced a coupled times. When I got a set of brand new tires the shaking stopped.
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:12 PM   #3
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Ok will look into that asap thanks. I have a pass inner tie rod that has slight play but not enough to make it shake how it does
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