Bad vibration from rear of truck 55-60 mph intermittent. still having same level of viration. One has to really pay attention to sense the vibration but it is in fact there So, I had all 4 tires balanced on a Hunter balancer. Normally felt as a tingling or buzzing. It has a very fast frequency and seems to get faster with road speed. I'm getting a very high frequency (resonating) vibration between 50 and 60 mph. If you don’t get the u-joints or bushings serviced, it can lead to further damage to other drivetrain components. I bought this tj used a couple of months ago and the front driveshaft was slightly bent, so that is why the new one. If put in neutral to coast, the noise/vibration is still present, but not as pronounced. Significant driveline vibration that is very noticeable about 60 MPH. but it sure has driveshaft symptoms, and machine shops make errors too,, believe me,, they dooo. 57 60' 2300+ft DA 78* 18" NT05r Pump Gas. It’s very difficult to find the source of a driveline vibration in a rear wheel drive vehicle. Input shaft and output shaft are spinning at the same RPM, So is the engine as there is no reduction or multiplication happening. So my first effort as to replace both flex disk and the center support bearing, but the vibration remained. The resulting driveshaft vibration will be rhythmic or pulsating and will cause mirrors, gearshift levers, and miscellaneous car parts to vibrate at different times. We are still trouble shooting but are now expecting something to do with suspension etc. I thought it might be related to the driveshaft repair I had done last winter, so thats been pulled, re balanced, and re installed. Imagine your running the trans in whatever gear is 1:1 (when there used to be a 1:1) for example - you have a 4 speed auto and 3rd is 1:1. I have a driveline vibration only in high gear at freeway speeds (55 on up). The higher the speed, the more vibration. The frequency is too high for it to be a tire problem. You could be doing 75-80 with a pretty good vibration throughout the car but as soon as you are off power the shaking stops. On my Lincoln between 48 to 60 mph I had a low sounding vibration that sounded like a woofer speaker. I can feel it in my butt at 50-55 mph. My friend at my car parts place suggested (after telling him this story today) I rotate the driveshaft 180 degrees and reinstall it and see it the vibration changed. So I'm hoping that the Driveshaft Alignment Kit from JTR will take care of the cardan joint failure problem. Thank for your response. My rear tires were pretty rough so I replaced all tires last week and still does the same. Any one have issues with driveline vibration? Starting at about 55-60 mph, get high frequency vibration from under the jeep. It's most obvious on the level at constant speed or going downhill at 20-40 mph, also around 60 mph, not a simple increase with speed. There is nothing until you get to 30 but it is quite plain at that point. Your problems won't be noticeable at slow speeds, but the shaking will intensify as you accelerate to 55-60 miles per hour. The dealership comes highly recommended. Is my driveline just off balance?. I thought it might be related to the driveshaft repair I had done last winter, so thats been pulled, re balanced, and re installed. It actually gets. The vibration is most noticeable at higher road speeds. The vibration disappears at 60 and above speeds. An example would be going uphill. 0 Mustang Tech: 8: Apr 12, 2010: Similar threads; Driveline Vibration: Help With Driveline Vibrations In 88gt: 2005 gt driveline vibration: Driveline vibration: Vibration at 60+ mph in driveline: Forums. You might also hit some other resonance points with 4. Whatever rpm the driveshaft is spinning at 50mph it must be a natural frequency for the front driveshaft. More feel in gas pedal/floor/seat. Right under the seat it the transfer case. So, thinking of R&R the rear wheel hub bearing assy's. I have a 2003 5 door Freelander. Re: Strong vibration between 50-60 mph not if it goes away when you push in the clutch, that means you are taking away the load on the driveline and letting the car just rollthe wheel is still spining and the eng and trans is in limp mode. About 1000 miles ago, it started having a very slight vibration in the 8 to 20 mph range. My veibration/noise issue started around 70/75MPH and kept that way until top speed. I inspected the flex discs and there is no visible cracking (other than what looked like paint and wiped off) and the center bearing appeared tight (no movement). The other day I drove over an overpass and when my Jeep hit the edge (approx. Tu ou could try dropping it in 4lo and doing 15MPH. steering wheel doesn't vibrate. Driveshaft vibrations are amplified when using an overdrive transmission such as TREMEC 5- and 6-speeds because customers often use a numerically higher rear-axle gear ratio, increasing driveshaft speed, even though engine rpm is lower. They are not to the point were you think things are going to come apart but it is noticeable and the mirror is just a blur above 60 mph. It doesn't take a lot to be responsible for objectionable vibration at speeds of 60 to 70 mph and above any deviation from a truly circular spin is. Strange vibration at 60 MPH and above. I noticed that there is a lot of play where the driveshaft connects to … read more. noticed the left frt tire threw a weight so had all four tires balanced. Used Amsoil Synthetic ATF in transfer case. vibration goes away when you let off the gas and just coast, but returns when you get back into the pedal. This is a really nice truck, and don't want to give it up for a lemon. So about a month ago, I start having a worrying vibration when accelerating past 35mph, gets a little worse at 40mph, and goes away around 50 mph. Vibration was there prior to both trans and rear rebuild. I replaced the u-joints and it didn't help (but they needed it regardless). I indexed my driveshaft 180 degrees and it still does it but it seems to have smoothed it out a little. This is a discussion on 98 Trans Am Shaking above 60MPH within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I just purchased a 98 Trams Am /automatic in excellent shape with around 40,000 miles on it and noticed a. I have a vibration at 10 mph coast or pull. I would be looking at the driveshaft, U joints, center support (#1 suspect BTW) and possibly the rear. What would cause a vibration in the gas pedal and steering wheel between 60-70 mph in a 96 (front-wheel-drive cars), a bent or imbalanced driveshaft (rear-wheel-drive cars) or missing chassis. May look into an aluminum driveshaft. By rhythmic I mean I feel a harsh vibration which briefly disapears then returns. A To calculate driveline vibration frequency, first divide the engine rpm by the gear ratio to determine the driveshaft speed (rpm), then divide the driveshaft speed by 60. getting wheel bearings checked but i dont see how they would miss it if i just got new rims. This would seem to be more likely an issue with the trans mount. I have a vibration at 10 mph coast or pull. 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. The vibration is coming from the drive shaft joints or the bearings in the rear axle. My bike, 2018 Bobber with 11k miles has developed a rear/driveline harmonic vibration that occurs from 50-60 mph and can be felt in the seat. After putting on the new shaft ,the car around 50 miles an hour would vibrate thru the whole car like a bad universal. The vibration comes from the rear and it's gotten worse lately. It is just a basic 2 wheel drive Extended Cab truck. Vibration at 60+ mph I have read through a few threads on this subject and it seems that there is a consensus for a few different causes: 1) Improperly balanced tires - I had new tires installed about 6 months ago and they were balanced at the shop. The vibration can be felt inside the vehicle and also through the steering. My old truck which is not a Mack (Don't shoot!) has a terrible driveline vibration between 50 and 70 mph. When the vibration happens it will go away when I let off the gas and sometimes it gets so bad that my gas pedal shakes. However I'm experiencing a vibration / wobble at a speed range of 15-30 mph. clean the splines on the driveshaft. Right under the seat it the transfer case. Reduce the u-joint operating angles of the driveshaft. Ohhhhh going to check rear driveshaft while waiting. that slight vibration if i try. If a balance weight fell off the driveshaft or u-joints are worn, the driveshaft can be imbalanced and cause a vibration felt throughout the vehicle. It's probably out of round. After reinstalling it, there was a bad vibration above ~20-30 mph. Most noticeable under load, even a light load. I thought it might be related to the driveshaft repair I had done last winter, so thats been pulled, re balanced, and re installed. 27 axle, the boom and vibration may be felt beginning at 95 mph. The sound goes as follows only in 4th or 5th gear and at high speeds (60+mph) Once the noise starts, it continues for aslong as I give throttle. I'd read enough about JK Wrangler driveshafts to know this and the vibration I'd been feeling each time Smokey approached 60 miles per hour likely spelled an early death for my driveshaft. I have a 2000 Blazer LT that has a vibration in the rear end at speeds between 60 and 70 mph. It has a very fast frequency and seems to get faster with road speed. The exact same thing happened to me. Pinion angle should be a suspect but since I did not change anything in the geometry I am trying to identify. "Dealt" with the issue for about 40,000-plus miles (had all 4 tires replaced plus alignments during said period) whilst Volvo dealership attempted to correct: e. 10's that you wouldn't even reach with 2. It has been having a very fast, high frequency resonating vibration that shutters the whole entire car between 60 and 80 mph. So, thinking of R&R the rear wheel hub bearing assy's. rear driveshaft vibration. Have only had one mild vibration episode and no more steaming hot rear alloys. About 1000 miles ago, it started having a very slight vibration in the 8 to 20 mph range. It is the same in any gear and even if I coast in neutral. I’d read enough about JK Wrangler driveshafts to know this and the vibration I’d been feeling each time Smokey approached 60 miles per hour likely spelled an early death for my driveshaft. Vibration. 6 ha been back to the dealer again for this 60-70 mph vibration issue. If that is smooth (concrete) the vibration is less. Save Share. Previously replaced U-Joints in rear driveline. news 9379254. It is worse when on level ground with steady power. it happens in and out of gear and does not change with engine speed. This is a discussion on Vibration at 55mph+ everything has been tried within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; 2001 camaro m6, full suspension rear suspension, full bolt-on, cam, Strange Dana S60 w/eaton truetrac here is the issue: its. And the input side of the transfer case will a also go at 60mph. But my whole cab shakes at about 60-65 mph and i know its not the balance or rims because i actually work at a tire shop and do it all myself. Over that time it hasn't gotten any worse or better. One of the most common cause of driveline vibration are worn U-joints or slip splines, out-of-balance components, yokes out of phase or misaligned angles, approaching critical speed range, and yoke ears that are not concentric with the splines. It seems to ride a little better with the new shocks, but I still have the vibration. If you have any other ideas please feel free to post. The sound goes as follows only in 4th or 5th gear and at high speeds (60+mph) Once the noise starts, it continues for aslong as I give throttle. 96 GMC Sonoma (S10) w/ 4. I'm going lemon law on my 2500 cuz of vibrations 60-80 mph. Ford state it is aftermarket tires. I also replaced the engine and tranny mount for new ones. (Vibration was present before Diff. Now they are saying some do it worse than mine and basically refuse to do anything further. It was definately worse at 55 though. ppedal and also hear the low grinding noise. stock or lifted) and how you would describe this "shake". answered Feb 23 '17 at 6:21. e the steering wheel, seat, pedals and vibrates the rearview mirror BAD! New tires, new rims, new rear u-joints (1 piece driveshaft), new front driveshaft, all new steering components. Problem is vibration at about 60 mph. 3L First thing in the morning when I shift from park into reverse I instantly get a metal clunk directly from the center of the truck as the tranny engages. I feel it in the driver side floorboard at its worst. Last of the square shape model. It is not a front end or wheel issue. Anyone else having this problem Driveline vibration highway speed. Vibration at 60+ mph I have read through a few threads on this subject and it seems that there is a consensus for a few different causes: 1) Improperly balanced tires - I had new tires installed about 6 months ago and they were balanced at the shop. 2004 f150 XLT severe driveline vibration between 40-60 mph. I am trying to figure out where I am getting a vibration and shake in my steering wheel. 3K a slight vibration started at 25-30, 55-60, and 90-95 mph. I was going to check rim temps when I got home but the vibration stopped and I ran another 10-15 minutes with no vibration at 60 so didn't think the heat would present. Both Aashish and Brian are on the right track maybe I can help a little as well. Tires are one of the most common causes of car vibrations. It was out of round, so had it rebuilt and the vibration. Front and Rear. I have read , many threads in this AWESOME forum regarding driveshaft vibration. Then at 70 mph the vibration would come back half as much. I pulled the drive shaft and inspected it. That means that a power supply producing a constant speed of 3,000 RPM can actually be attached to a drive shaft that is changing speed 6,000 times per minute. In December 2012, Toyota issued T-SB-249-12 with a number of solutions that are effective to help resolve customer complaints of driveline vibration occurring between 15 and 25 MPH. Vibration problem around 60 mph!!! You can feel the vibration in your hands with the steering wheel and as the speed increases the vibration gets stronger. Never really goes away although less noticeable the faster you go. The faster I go,. Use the following chart (Fig 2) to help identify driveline components that may cause surge/vibration. The car starts vibrating around 50 mph and it gets worse the faster you go. Chasing what I think is a driveline vibration. noticed the left frt tire threw a weight so had all four tires balanced. The driveshaft is, of course, still turning at speed, but taking the load off would usually change the frequency or amplitude of the vibration if the problem was in the driveshaft or u-joints. Still have the vibration 60-80 mph. It was never a shudder; more like a tingle (at worst) or just a fairly fine vibration. Mine is at 39-42 mph, accelerating or decelerating, and is too fast to be anything but a driveshaft. Truck finally goes in next week. 5 with a 10 speed Trans, the truck has less then 2000 miles on it and whey the trucks hits 50-60 mph it develops a harmonic/vibration that goes away when you let off of the gas pedal. Bad hub bearings can cause it, but they've gotta really be toast. 7 liter 110k miles Recently, when under acceleration, heavy or light, my D is now vibrating like a son of a gun between 35 and 55-60 mph. It makes sense that moving to a steeper gear is going to lower the MPH at which all the driveline vibrations occur and if they come and go, it'll move them all closer together. Driveshaft balance issues can generally be felt at vehicle speeds over 30 mph. Has had only one repair made to it during this time (I bought the jeep brand new in 2000)- I blew a lower radiator hose. It was out of round, so had it rebuilt and the vibration. Fixing the driveline shutter after you lift your Super Duty: One of the best kept secrets when lifting a Super Duty is the driveline shutter that develops. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by GeoTaco1, I suspect it's either this or perhaps the driveshaft causing the vibration. Good luck! Feb 14, 2019 #9. One has to really pay attention to sense the vibration but it is in fact there So, I had all 4 tires balanced on a Hunter balancer. Vibration in the front driveline at speed, over 60 mph. I have a 2003 XE CC 4x4 with 201000 km (about 125,000 miles) with a shake at high speed 60 MPH or 100 km/hr I got new tires this spring, they were balanced new, a second time by the garage where I got them and again today by the Nissan techs I had an alignment done after the new tires were. He stated it's only happening between 35-60 MPH. On my 02 F250 PSD about 60-64 mph I hear a real annoying deep humming, maybe a vibration noise. At 70 mph+ it is really disturbing. Generally speaking, it seems to not be near as bad if I keep the car under a load. The small amount of vibration occurs between 55 and 60 mph but goes away above and below that speed, it stops when I let off the gas, and oddly when I have 4 people in the Jeep it doesn't vibrate either. A good rule of thumb states that the objectionable driveline forces will start becoming significant at 70% of resonant frequency, so for the case of the 3. The steering wheel doesn't vibrate but the car does. From speeds of 60 -80 mph have a vibration in the front seats, (no vib in steering wheel). I have really bad driveline vibration between 30 and 50 mph. change) Struts (3rd set) in good shape; wheel bearings (3rd set) in good shape. It has consistently been getting worse. Had similar vibration as you describe and then within 20 miles experienced catastrophic rear u-joint failure at 60 mph. Suddenly last month it started doing it almost constantly, plus my Sprinter would shake violently while accellerating between 45 and 60. This is for the 2001 Dodge Dakota in my signature. A mild vibration has a low as 0-97 km/h (0-60 mph) in approximately 30 seconds. Re: drive line trans vibration between accel and coast @ 60 May 30 2013, 1:26am sounds like universal joints to me, most likely the rear u joint, usually starts to vibrate between 40-60 mph depending on how bad it is, if you can wiggle the driveshaft at all it most likely is that, shouldn't have any play whatsoever. One of the possible issues you might be dealing with in this context are out-of-balance tires. improve this answer. The other day I drove over an overpass and when my Jeep hit the edge (approx. My veibration/noise issue started around 70/75MPH and kept that way until top speed. It comes on at approximately 15-20 MPH, recedes and then comes on again at approximately 40-45 MPH. Touch the pedal and it,s back. 3rd Gen RAM general discussion/NON-tech - 2004 Ram 2500 Vibration at 65 MPH - Good evening everyone I have quite a dilemma. It only happens between 65 to 70 mph but it is a fairly bad vibration. Thanks for contributing an answer to Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Stack Exchange!. OBS Vibration Above 60 mph General Discussion. The problem is very annoying, in that 60-75 mph is what you would typically drive, without breaking the speed limit too badly. Above 45, no vibration smooth as silk. Did check the driveline, no movements in u-joints, front pins are ok, no heat coming out of the bearings. While accelerating during the 60+mph vibration lightly press the brake pedal. This is not always 100% indicative, as there are a number of variables involved in car vibrations. I thought it might be related to the driveshaft repair I had done last winter, so thats been pulled, re balanced, and re installed. At 60+ mph it is undetectable again. I recently noticed that when I'm on the highway at speeds over 60mph and I let off the accelerator I get a brief vibration coming from the rear driveline almost like I'm driving on the rumble strips with both wheels but not as pronounced. i have had an on going problem with my 05 lly it has a vibration feels like driveline but only there between 40 to 60 mph and temp affects it if it is real cold out side it is pretty bad but as it worms up it gets a little better have replaced all 3 u-joints but this is a 2 peice drive line with a carrier bearing any thoughts. There is a mont under the transmission as well. My friend at my car parts place suggested (after telling him this story today) I rotate the driveshaft 180 degrees and reinstall it and see it the vibration changed. It's a light vibration, but enough to feel it constant. With this new machine we can spin a 17lb shaft to actual speeds of over 9000 RPM, whereas most drive shaft balancers only spin from 400-3000 RPM (most average about 1000 RPM). As speeds vary, vibration increases and decreases. noticed the left frt tire threw a weight so had all four tires balanced. Mine is at 39-42 mph, accelerating or decelerating, and is too fast to be anything but a driveshaft. of 1,800 engine rpm with. Pulled drain plug on front diff and had some small pieces on it. Have been chasing this for a year now. Reduce the u-joint operating angles of the driveshaft. Has had only one repair made to it during this time (I bought the jeep brand new in 2000)- I blew a lower radiator hose. 6 with Special Appearance Group. 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. Here's an update regarding the vibration. Transmission just rebuilt rear rear just rebuilt. Win a 1961 and 2019 Corvette with $60-G's for Taxes. starts 40 mph or so smooths back out above 65 mph. Maybe a U joint, anyone else have this issue? Thanks. Then put truck on a rack and watched the driveshaft spin in idle. I get a second vibration at 49-52 mph that can only be described as the rear of the truck hopping. Some customers may comment about a vibration at speeds of 56-72!km/h (35-45!mph) or 96-120!km/h (60-70!mph), which can be felt in either the seat or steering wheel. My hands and legs felt numbed after driving 30 to 40 minutes on highway. I removed my driveshaft tonight and my vibration is about 85% reduced. Vibration problem around 60 mph!!! You can feel the vibration in your hands with the steering wheel and as the speed increases the vibration gets stronger. As soon as i let off the gas or accelerate it goes away. A To calculate driveline vibration frequency, first divide the engine rpm by the gear ratio to determine the driveshaft speed (rpm), then divide the driveshaft speed by 60. That afternoon, when first driven above 60 mph, a front-end vibration (oscillation) was immediately evident. 2018 camaro ss vibration 2018 camaro ss vibration. When accelerating up a hill from about 60 mph on, I could feel a shake or quiver in my gas pedal foot, a shake to the steering wheel, and a vibration in the seat of my pants. I purchased a 2015 F150 Lariat and it now has 2500 miles on it. If you have a lot of miles on your truck, have modified the suspension or drive train in any way, you may be experiencing driveline vibration. 31,725 satisfied customers. Both Aashish and Brian are on the right track maybe I can help a little as well. I noticed that when I had the car in cruise at 75 and let off the gas, the vibration would mostly go away which is why I am thinking the CV joints. The vibration stops if I back off the throttle (i. The vibration seems to be at driveshaft speed, meaning it is a faster vibration than wheel rotation speed. I have really bad driveline vibration between 30 and 50 mph. Depending on type of vehicle, driveshaft out of balance symptoms usually start at 60-65 mph and continue to get worse the faster you go. Not sure though. I am trying to figure out where I am getting a vibration and shake in my steering wheel. My truck does fine at the slower speeds, no vibration is present. My '04 Escape has around 87,000 miles on it. 60mph works well, if possible, as 60mph = 60 seconds/mile ("Mile a minute"). Low-speed vibrations (below 45 mph) are most likely caused by a driveshaft, because the shaft spins fast at low speeds. Below 45, no vibration smooth as silk. If I let off the gas, the vibration goes away even if coasting at those speeds. im at a loss. It has been known for the center carrier bearing mounting to deteriorate and cause a driveline vibration starting at about 40 mph. Hello, I am in the process of troubleshooting a drive line vibration on my stock ride height 2001 Chevy s10 Extended Cab (2wd, Automatic, with v6). i have had an on going problem with my 05 lly it has a vibration feels like driveline but only there between 40 to 60 mph and temp affects it if it is real cold out side it is pretty bad but as it worms up it gets a little better have replaced all 3 u-joints but this is a 2 peice drive line with a carrier bearing any thoughts. 25 Hz, driveline frequency. I changed front rotors and also changed front shock absorbers. My friend at my car parts place suggested (after telling him this story today) I rotate the driveshaft 180 degrees and reinstall it and see it the vibration changed. I don't get out on the interstate much so I don't get much chance to drive over about 50 or 60 MPH. The axles were changed with Moser C-clips about 5 years ago but the rest of the rear end is all original. I've owned this car for 8 years now, and I think i've finally got the last vibration isolated to the driveline. It feels like it's at the center of the car/truck. Are caused by two things: The U-joint operating angle at the "drive" end of the drive. Hi All, Just acquired a 2003 Discovery II, very tidy, but with a touch over 100K miles. That tell me vibration related to driveshaft speed, not engine speed. It is definitely stronger in the first 4-5 mins and after that it is pretty much gone. Condition/Concern. 7L Driveline Posted to Asian PowerTrain on 9/20/2013 14 Replies i have a vibration that comes in around 55-60 mph and gets worse around 70-75 mph. I have 2 sets of tires (mounted), summer & winter, so put my winter set back on yesterday and a fairly long test drive went smoothly. I have a brand new 4X4 3500 EXT RV conversion with alloy wheels and 200 miles on the clock. It will start above 40 every time I drive over an overpass. Everyhting is tight and noise free until the vehicle hits 70mph. Drive Shaft Harmonics DRIVELINE/UNIVERSAL JOINT CANCELLATION. Both Aashish and Brian are on the right track maybe I can help a little as well. At 70 mph+ it is really disturbing. The vibration seems to be at driveshaft speed, meaning it is a faster vibration than wheel rotation speed. The vibration seems constant and can be felt even at idle when in gear, the noise appears most evident at speeds of 65-95 km, and frequency changes with speed We have balanced tires, tried a. I just got a '96 GTS, and it has a vibration in the front end at over 70 mph, but if you go slower or easy up to over 70 it goes away. Have an 01 6. I have done a lot to combat the problem. 5 and there are no noticible vibration as compared to my 3. (Vibration was present before Diff. I can feel it in my butt at 50-55 mph. Condition/Concern. This only happens in this speed range. 02 Ranger with fx4 level 2 suspinsion. 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. I have a 2010 Toyota RAV4. A drone, hum noise (feeling) at about 1600 rpm and @ about 60 mph. The vibration stops if I back off the throttle (i. 6 ha been back to the dealer again for this 60-70 mph vibration issue. im at a loss. First order driveshaft vibration is usually caused by a component rotating at the same speed as the driveshaft that’s out-of-round or out-of-balance. Hello, I am in the process of troubleshooting a drive line vibration on my stock ride height 2001 Chevy s10 Extended Cab (2wd, Automatic, with v6). If put in neutral to coast, the noise/vibration is still present, but not as pronounced. The steering wheel doesn't vibrate but the car does. If If I had to venture a guess, I would lean towards some kind of driveshaft problem or a differential problem (driveshaft output bearing maybe?). It gets worse when I go faster and it really doesn't go away at high speeds. My friend at my car parts place suggested (after telling him this story today) I rotate the driveshaft 180 degrees and reinstall it and see it the vibration changed. Maybe a U joint, anyone else have this issue? Thanks. I have done a lot to combat the problem. IF you have a 2 piece driveshaft you will have a slip yoke by the Carrier bearing. This is definitely NOT engine RPM or gear dependent. I get a noticable whine when accelerating between 55 and 60 mph, but at no other time. Any input on a cure? Im going to try to put in a shorter transmission mount. I'm stumped. has a high amplitude. It can happen at almost any speed from the low 40 mph up to the mid 60 mph range. What should I look first? I have 95 LWB w/72k miles. Fixing the driveline shutter after you lift your Super Duty O ne of the best kept secrets when lifting a Super Duty is the driveline shutter that develops. This is for the 2001 Dodge Dakota in my signature. Any speed below 75 MPH or above 80 MPH causes the humming/droning to stop. It turned out it was the driveshaft. Does'nt feel like a u-joint or driveline vibration to me. The vibration comes from the rear and it's gotten worse lately. The whole car is vibrating at high speed (>70 mph). The left rear was out of balance by 1. So after work today I went on some spirited driving and and finally hit the sweet spot of that Damn 70 mph vibration and surprise the vibration is all gone. I sound like its comming from the center of the truck. After tightening, be sure to keep the bolts free from vibration and torque for at least an hour until LOCTITE hardens. If If I had to venture a guess, I would lean towards some kind of driveshaft problem or a differential problem (driveshaft output bearing maybe?). Similar to 47J except for cabin, open engine compartment, oil system and lights. At this point I'm going to try making some thicker shims to isolate the rear diff more where its mounted to the car, and on the drive shaft I was going to take a black rubber bungiee,. Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 04-05-2020. 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Driveshaft Consumer Complaints Complaint Number: 10164525 Incident Date: June 25, 2005 Date Added to File: August 4, 2006 Description of the Complaint: I took possession of a new jeep grand cherokee on 29 june 2005. That "body boom" that hurts your ears probably is caused by a bent or. It seems to ride a little better with the new shocks, but I still have the vibration. Also the Truck will vibrate while drive if i put the gear in Neutral, however it feels worst under acceleration especially between 60 km/h (40MPH) and 100 km/h. improve this answer. Thanks for contributing an answer to Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Stack Exchange!. Chasing what I think is a driveline vibration. 2 balances, alignment, front and rear drive shafts. Chris (aka- Moose) Vocational, Technical or Trade School. I had death wobble badly and retorqued all bolts and got my tires balanced. I also had tires checked. Acceleration-Heavy Backlash An increase in speed at one-half to full throttle, such as Gear teeth clearance. 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. I can feel it in my butt at 50-55 mph. The vibration you are feeling is not one of the tires since the problem comes and goes when you take pressure off of the gas pedal. However, I can't figure out where in the driveline! The vibration starts at 40 mph, is worst at 50-60 mph and seems to taper off a LITTLE up through 80 mph. 5 with a 10 speed Trans, the truck has less then 2000 miles on it and whey the trucks hits 50-60 mph it develops a harmonic/vibration that goes away when you let off of the gas pedal. Then put truck on a rack and watched the driveshaft spin in idle. This only happens in this speed range. It has a very fast frequency and seems to get faster with road speed. 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. 40-60 mph booming vibration solved with good service/humor After alignment and new tires, today Westside VW in Mpls. The process that can be used to address a condition called driveline/universal joint cancellation, often referred to as adjusting pinion angle. Vibration at 55-60 mph Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 20 of 28 Posts Most times a driveline vibration will make kind of a humming type noise as well. In many ways, you're left guessing and you end up throwing parts at the problem. Once I let off the throttle, the noise decreases pretty much to not noticable. The vibration can be felt inside the vehicle and also through the steering. The tailshaft and pinion angles are within a couple tenths of a degree as measured with a digital inclinometer. Chris (aka- Moose) Vocational, Technical or Trade School. news 6849914. Changed front and rear differentials with Amsoil 75W90 Synthetic. Prior owner has put on new shocks,some suspension items, new front prop shaft. (Vibration was present before Diff. If its the driveshaft would that cause a vibration at all speeds and get worse as rpms/speed increase? this only happens at about 60-65 and is intermittent Show Full Signature 2003 Mustang GT - Eibach Springs - Flowmaster 40 Series - Custom Dyed Interior RAL 9005 - 3. 5 EB, HR - my van has a vibration and humming noise that we can not seem to locate. A second order driveshaft vibration will cause two shakes or disturbances for each revolution of the drive-shaft. Worn u-joints will allow excessive movement in the driveshaft as it spins. Have removed the rear drive shaft and test drove the SUV using front wheels (drive line) only. "Dealt" with the issue for about 40,000-plus miles (had all 4 tires replaced plus alignments during said period) whilst Volvo dealership attempted to correct: e. Driveshaft issue? Speed related Vibration. If I'm driving between 30 and 50 with the vibration and throw it into neutral, the vibration quits entirely. The steering wheel doesn't vibrate but the car does. Whole car shakes. And ever so often I would have a vibrations that can be traced to the rear end. 2001 Xterra clunk when shifting to reverse/ vibration at 60+mph 2001 Xterra SE 4x4 3. Below that speed it is smooth and quiet. When the vibration starts the tach jumps about 100 rpm's and goes back when the vibration stops. 76's at normal driving speeds. Transmission mount was toast and has been replaced. At 60 mph has a virbration a little below none and at 65 none just 60 It could be the. My issue is weird. I noticed this vibration problem this past Thursday on the interstate. Your transmission and engine will act like you are going 60MPH. Re: Strong vibration between 50-60 mph not if it goes away when you push in the clutch, that means you are taking away the load on the driveline and letting the car just rollthe wheel is still spining and the eng and trans is in limp mode. The rear diff noise vanished with the new bearing but the driveline vibration remains. Imagine your running the trans in whatever gear is 1:1 (when there used to be a 1:1) for example - you have a 4 speed auto and 3rd is 1:1. As speeds vary, vibration increases and decreases. Anything else is pretty rare. I am curious why would an out of round driveshaft create a vibration when the vehicle is on a freeway at speeds over 60 mph. Need help with vibration in 67 mustang A friend of mine purchased a 67 mustang with an unknown history. we have the truck up on jack stands, get up to 60-65 mph, and the truck shackes bad, changed the power divider,checked the rears any idea's as to what it could be WildBill76 , Jun 23, 2014 WildBill76 , Jun 23, 2014. The vibration you are feeling is not one of the tires since the problem comes and goes when you take pressure off of the gas pedal. It is not a front end or wheel issue. Vibration at 60 MPH??? Discussion in '2nd Gen. I purchased a 2015 F150 Lariat and it now has 2500 miles on it. Vibration remains. My friend at my car parts place suggested (after telling him this story today) I rotate the driveshaft 180 degrees and reinstall it and see it the vibration changed. I have a 2008 F450 4x4 with the 6. Feel mostly in butt. Tammy, Your car has a drivetrain vibration. Hello Jeff, I have a 2016 Mustang automatic V-6 that has a drive line vibration. So I balanced the tires to 0. Ford Excursion :: 2004 - Vibration At Highway Speed 60 - 70 MPH Apr 6, 2017. Lastly, I notice the vibration more when I turn right than left. 99 GMC Sierra - Strong Vibrations 60-70 MPH; The main problem is on some freeway surfaces, I get an intense vibration/shaking between 60 and 70 miles per hour. 5 engine, 126000 miles. Jump to Latest Follow especially since the vibration doesn't start until 65 mph. Have removed the rear drive shaft and test drove the SUV using front wheels (drive line) only. I get a slight driveline vibration since new on my 15, it starts at approx 50mph, its almost as if the wheels go square its an up and down sort of vibration. The vibration would only hit bad from 55 60 MPH but still ruined the cardan joint gues this is even worse with lowered trucks like mine. Driveshaft has been replaced 4 times and the Dff once. This included front and rear vibration between 65-75 mph and a lot of rear end whine. This is a really nice truck, and don't want to give it up for a lemon. Are caused by two things: The U-joint operating angle at the "drive" end of the drive. PETERBILT TRUCK IS VIBRATING ; Posted Sun, Mar 11 2012 03:11 PM CST. I swapped my old and tired 302 for a Levy 347. That means that a power supply producing a constant speed of 3,000 RPM can actually be attached to a drive shaft that is changing speed 6,000 times per minute. Vibration in a driveshaft can be caused by many conditions. Took the truck back and had them re-balance the tires. There is nothing until you get to 30 but it is quite plain at that point. New nuckle joints on front axle. Similar to 47J except for cabin, open engine compartment, oil system and lights. Torsional vibrations. still there. A month later now. Drive Shaft Harmonics DRIVELINE/UNIVERSAL JOINT CANCELLATION. So I checked the suspension everything is OK. The vibration comes on and off like a heart beat from 50-60 mph and in 4th gear. There has been quite a few people who have had their driveshaft replaced and it did nothing to cure the vibes. Shaft looks good. When traveling about 70 mph, the car begins to vibrate excessively. On my 02 F250 PSD about 60-64 mph I hear a real annoying deep humming, maybe a vibration noise. New single piece Hinson Motorsports driveshaft with no issues. I have gone back to the dealership but the told me that its "normal" and then they told me they felt nothing. Worn out u-joints or bushings can cause the driveshaft to vibrate. 96 GMC Sonoma (S10) w/ 4. I think you just had a bent drive shaft that caused vibes and the new one fixed it. I brought my 2004 Dodge Ram into a very reputable driveline shop in Salt Lake City for a slight hum I could hear at around 60 mph. The steering wheel doesn't vibrate but the car does. Sometimes this yoke run-out problem can be improved by rotating the U-joint 180-degrees in the rear end differential yoke. Get on the gas (or hold the throttle steady) = vibration. In December 2012, Toyota issued T-SB-249-12 with a number of solutions that are effective to help resolve customer complaints of driveline vibration occurring between 15 and 25 MPH. The vibration starts at around 60 mph and is present all the way beyond 80 mph. Vibration still there. have also checked all 4 wheel bearings and they are good. Franklin 6VS. Tahoe & Suburban - Vibration at 65+mph - Wheel hubs are both new and just had the tires rotated and balanced. After 70 it smooths out a little but still noticeable. I'm not towing but the truck does have a permanent load on (camper style darkroom). I had the wheels balanced today and the vibration is not as bad as it was on Thursday but it is still there. I pulled the drive shaft and inspected it. The vibration stops if I back off the throttle (i. Bring your Acura over to our Davidsonville, MD Acura repair shop to get the problem checked out. It will start above 40 every time I drive over an overpass. and the vibration at 80 mph feels like it could force the truck off the road at this point. Help with a Vibration This Vibration was a big surprised me as Sunday afternoon I parked the truck in the garage and no Vibration, so early this evening I take it to town and its got a bad Vibration grrrrrr and it only shows up once I get between 48/50 MPH and all the way to 68 as that is as fast I I wanted to push the speed. Have been chasing this for a year now. I have had the wheels balanced, but this did not solve the problem. 25 Hz, driveline frequency. Is my driveline just off balance?. My 54 Chevy with 350 SB and 700R4 is giving me a fit with driveline vibration at 75-80 mph. It seemed pretty strong. It is recommend to replace the torque converter and install an updated powertrain control module (PCM) to correct this concern. The vibration at acceleration went away but it still vibrated at 55 - 70 MPH. Hi , I have this vibration from 60-85 MPH. i have had an on going problem with my 05 lly it has a vibration feels like driveline but only there between 40 to 60 mph and temp affects it if it is real cold out side it is pretty bad but as it worms up it gets a little better have replaced all 3 u-joints but this is a 2 peice drive line with a carrier bearing any thoughts. New to site and to Subaru. Truck finally goes in next week. RE: Drivetrain Vibration IP: Logged Message: Thanks for the input DSW, I have put new Trans mount, rear wheel bearings and about everything that would be associated with driveline vibration. Chasing what I think is a driveline vibration. 2 balances, alignment, front and rear drive shafts. I found the Slip yoke had gunk built up on it and was sticking instead of sliding. They were fine. Shudder and vibration issues in Acura can range from a slight shimmy to violent shakes that get your entire car vibrating like a guitar string. I'm not towing but the truck does have a permanent load on (camper style darkroom). Thank for your response. After putting on the new shaft ,the car around 50 miles an hour would vibrate thru the whole car like a bad universal. It has consistently been getting worse. I have a 2008 F450 4x4 with the 6. Reduce the u-joint operating angles of the driveshaft. I have an 83 GT, 5 speed. clean the splines on the driveshaft. Mine is at 39-42 mph, accelerating or decelerating, and is too fast to be anything but a driveshaft. Jeep Wrangler Vibration I have a similar issue with my Wrangler. It's almost like a hop, fairly violent and shakes the truck pretty good at 60 MPH. It is more noticeble when lifting off and is virtually gone by 60-65MPH. I figured that the rear driveshaft was part of the issue but did want to start just replacing parts. One of the most common cause of driveline vibration are worn U-joints or slip splines, out-of-balance components, yokes out of phase or misaligned angles, approaching critical speed range, and yoke ears that are not concentric with the splines. Followers 0. It's a light vibration, but enough to feel it constant. It is NOT wheel/tire related, I've swapped sets and still the same. That is when I finally found my vibration. Tammy, Your car has a drivetrain vibration. Here's an update regarding the vibration. The vehicle vibration would need to be inspected for one or more issues with the driveshaft or rear axle input or pinon bearing. CONDITION 4: WIND DIRECTION AND SPEED VIBRATIONS. 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. Depending on type of vehicle, driveshaft out of balance symptoms usually start at 60-65 mph and continue to get worse the faster you go. Driveshaft guy said it was out and he balanced it up to 1800 rpm and its good. Brakes and rotors are still good. Chasing what I think is a driveline vibration. The vibration would only hit bad from 55 60 MPH but still ruined the cardan joint gues this is even worse with lowered trucks like mine. There is a mont under the transmission as well. Diagnosing Shimmy/Vibration in Driveline I have been experiencing a shimmy/vibration in my 2001 xc70 with 180K on it (new transmission at 160K). More feel in gas pedal/floor/seat. The vibration is coming from the drive shaft joints or the bearings in the rear axle. You said you were having severe vibes between 60 and 70 mph, almost all the complaints on vibes are either above 70 mph or below 45 mph. My truck does fine at the slower speeds, no vibration is present. TJ Rear driveshaft vibration. On my Lincoln between 48 to 60 mph I had a low sounding vibration that sounded like a woofer speaker. I replaced the transfer case yoke but kept the pinon flange yoke on the axle side. Feels more like something in the drivetrain. news 9379254. It’s one of the most common reasons for steering wheel vibration. I feel it in the seat, center console, sometimes in the front. This included front and rear vibration between 65-75 mph and a lot of rear end whine. As speeds vary, vibration increases and decreases. It will start above 40 every time I drive over an overpass. Eliminated any engine possibilities as noise/vibration does not present itself throughout the same rpm range going up the 5 spd manual until at highway speeds. I feel this vibration thru my acc. There are two main probable causes, but first we need to know more about your Jeep (e. They stated that the Carrier Bearing was bad and a couple of U joints on the drive line. Basically the car is fine until around 70 mph when at that point and any speed higher it has a vibration but the weird thing is it stops as soon as you are off the gas. Te bulletin from gm says to Replace the rear cab mounts. Re: drive line trans vibration between accel and coast @ 60 May 30 2013, 1:26am sounds like universal joints to me, most likely the rear u joint, usually starts to vibrate between 40-60 mph depending on how bad it is, if you can wiggle the driveshaft at all it most likely is that, shouldn't have any play whatsoever. i would look at driveline angles and all related aprts, including the trans,,i had a BAD vibration in a. 98 Trans Am Shaking above 60MPH. Hope thats it, but really not sure. ON the gas and off. fordproblem November 7, 2014 0 Comments If you are driving a 2004 Ford F-150 , or if you are planning to purchase one, then it is important that you review reported Power Train Driveline Driveshaft problems and defects. I have an 08 CRV 2wd and vibrates between 20-40 miles/hr during acceleration. Lycoming 370 Max. Only difficulty seems to be nasty vibration from 40 mph to 65 mph, then it pretty much goes away. 99 Suburban LT 4wd 195k also has 65mph vibration I have a 99 Suburban K1500 4x4 LT with 195,000 miles on it. The dealership has ruled out front end, wheels, tires, rotors, and drive shaft/line They are asking Ford engineering for help. As with FWD vehicles, make sure your tires and tire balance are good before you look to the driveline. 98 I originally used 704 revs per mile and got 3. Guys, I watched this video a couple of weeks ago and this thread reminded me. Seemed to be really noticeable at about 55-65 mph. Never really goes away although less noticeable the faster you go. 60 mph is where you will feel a tire/wheel vibration most of the time, have another set of wheels/tires you can try? I would aslo try driving it without the rear drive shaft first. it is not constant. Transmission just rebuilt rear rear just rebuilt. It was replaced by the dealer under warranty. Had a bad vibration on my '79 1-ton 4x4 Ford. Condition/Concern. However, I can't figure out where in the driveline! The vibration starts at 40 mph, is worst at 50-60 mph and seems to taper off a LITTLE up through 80 mph. I don't feel it in the wheel. It is a great car overall but I have a persistent problem with a vibration from the rear of the car. It is just a basic 2 wheel drive Extended Cab truck. I had the wheels balanced today and the vibration is not as bad as it was on Thursday but it is still there. The vibration stops if I back off the throttle (i. Jump to Latest Follow especially since the vibration doesn't start until 65 mph. This machine was custom made for us and high speed balancing is offered as a separate service, only from The Drive Shaft Shop. 2015 & 2016 F150 Drivetrain Vibration. And after reading his post, I remember it ran smooth when I had the bed loaded down and was pulling a trailer last fall. New single piece Hinson Motorsports driveshaft with no issues. and cab still shakes its not a vibration. A common symptom of a failing driveshaft is an intense shaking coming from underneath the vehicle. Hello Jeff, I have a 2016 Mustang automatic V-6 that has a drive line vibration. It has a vibration under load (acceleration) at about 60 MPH. Acceleration-Heavy Backlash An increase in speed at one-half to full throttle, such as Gear teeth clearance. Vibration at 60+ mph in driveline: Fox 5. 40-60 mph booming vibration solved with good service/humor After alignment and new tires, today Westside VW in Mpls. Ford state it is aftermarket tires. Ok, I had this nasty vibration that peaked at about 35 MPH, and went away when you got to 45 or so. next tells me tires so i get 4 new tires installed. The dealer has connected an oscilloscope to the steering column to record data, but found nothing. They also rotated the driveshaft 180, loosened up mounts, among other things. If If I had to venture a guess, I would lean towards some kind of driveshaft problem or a differential problem (driveshaft output bearing maybe?). I can feel it in my butt at 50-55 mph. The resulting driveshaft vibration will be rhythmic or pulsating and will cause mirrors, gearshift levers, and miscellaneous car parts to vibrate at different times. If you feel no vibration then you can eliminate engine and transmission. There was a very noticeable shake/shutter between 60-65 mph during the 800 mile trip. news 4442372. Jump to Latest tires, gotten alignments, removed front driveshaft. Posted to Chrysler PowerTrain on 8/27/2012 24 Replies. Driveline geometry. 6, I lifted the differential off the ground onto blocks and ran it in drive up to 80 MPH and there was no vibration at any speed. I've got a strange vibration in my truck that comes and goes. 6 V8 AUTO Trans. The vibration is coming from the drive shaft joints or the bearings in the rear axle. That is when I finally found my vibration. Mustang Forums. It's an oscillating type of vibration. The dealer cannot find anything wrong. Save Share. I indexed my driveshaft 180 degrees and it still does it but it seems to have smoothed it out a little. I noticed that there is a lot of play where the driveshaft connects to … read more. Before tire replacement, had. OBS Vibration Above 60 mph General Discussion. What could cause this? Tammy from Santa Barbara, CA.
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