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Frankenmoose

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I’ve never encountered the issue. I drive at highway speeds 2 hours a day for work and the only vibration I get is from the LKA.
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Buckeye-TRide

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No. These things are silky smooth. Any vibration you feel should be checked. Anything noteworthy about the pavement you’re on? Is it newly paved or concrete or anything?
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Albert Ruiz

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No. These things are silky smooth. Any vibration you feel should be checked. Anything noteworthy about the pavement you’re on? Is it newly paved or concrete or anything?
5&1/2 hr drive to Gulf Coast yesterday. It would Vibrate right at 70 and fade away when you went faster. I will check the tire pressure this morning. I know the tires are filled with N2, if the pressure is low can I just add air or does it have to be N2?
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5&1/2 hr drive to Gulf Coast yesterday. It would Vibrate right at 70 and fade away when you went faster. I will check the tire pressure this morning. I know the tires are filled with N2, if the pressure is low can I just add air or does it have to be N2?
No, good Ole air will be fine, it's 78% Nitrogen anyway.
 

Albert Ruiz

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Just ck’d pressure in my tires. They are all at 35psi. I guess when we get back from the Gulf I will be taking it to the Dealership so they can look at it.
It feels like it’s coming from the drivetrain. To me it kind of feels like a very mild drive shaft vibration.
Other than that we luv the way this vehicle rides and handles. Hopefully it will be a quick fix.
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Rondakay

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Just ck’d pressure in my tires. They are all at 35psi. I guess when we get back from the Gulf I will be taking it to the Dealership so they can look at it.
It feels like it’s coming from the drivetrain. To me it kind of feels like a very mild drive shaft vibration.
Other than that we luv the way this vehicle rides and handles. Hopefully it will be a quick fix.
Let us know what the issue was.
 

mrmac

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If you feel the shaking in the steering wheel, a front tire is out of balance. If you feel it mostly in your seat, it's a rear tire. There is nothing else that will only cause vibration that changes with speed. Depending on how much weight it is off will determine the amount of vibration.
 

Schwinn

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I noticed it in mine, too. Then today I was taking a customer for a test drive in an SX, they mentioned they could feel a "shimmy". I'm going to take mine out for a good long drive tomorrow, and see if I can narrow it down.
 
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