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High Vibration at 1800rpm to 2500 rpm


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#1 OFFLINE   Vignesh J

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Posted 27 January 2017 - 12:30 PM

Im having 2010 LTz cruze ODO-58000

From last week im facing the problem of high vibration in front part of vechile( i dono were it s coming, in wheel r frm engine bt i can feel it inside the car vigorusly) while accelarating at 1800 to2500rpm (90-120kmphr) after that speed the vibration decrease to normal level

On calling the service authority, they are also not sure with the problem, they were jst randomly answering

Can anyone suggest the correct cause of the vibration?







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#2 OFFLINE   mick15

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Posted 27 January 2017 - 02:43 PM

Im having 2010 LTz cruze ODO-58000

From last week im facing the problem of high vibration in front part of vechile( i dono were it s coming, in wheel r frm engine bt i can feel it inside the car vigorusly) while accelarating at 1800 to2500rpm (90-120kmphr) after that speed the vibration decrease to normal level

On calling the service authority, they are also not sure with the problem, they were jst randomly answering

Can anyone suggest the correct cause of the vibration?

 

Have your wheels been balanced correctly ?   

 

Is there any noise at all with this vibration? 

 

Have you taken your car into your dealership so that they can test drive it and see the problem for their selves. 


Edited by mick15, 27 January 2017 - 02:47 PM.

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