a couple of questions:
-under what conditions does it vibrate, ie. speed, cornering, etc.?
-how do you know it's not the wheels/tires? have you had them checked
for balance or damage?
On Mon, 8 Sep 2003 22:26:47 -0500 (CDT), firstname.lastname@example.org (george
I have had the tires balanced twice it seems to viberate more when it's
in a little strain. I supose it could be the engine it has 150,000 miles
on it but it still runs good and does not use oil. If it is the engine
it is not a solid miss. ( or skip). Any thoughts??
Buddy & Teri
So in other words, if you were to coast down a hill at the same speed
in neutral, it wouldn't vibrate? I'd guess then that it's not a
chassis problem. If the driveshaft isn't bent or something, then
maybe you're right. It could be something to do with the engine.
-some internal problem like bearings?
What kind of vibration is it? Does the whole truck shake, varying
with road speed? Or is the vibration more related to engine RPM?
On Tue, 9 Sep 2003 15:58:04 -0500 (CDT), email@example.com (george
I don't think it's in the drive train If you push in the clutch in stops
I must be the engine. It is not a strong viberation just enough to
notice.. I have not checked the compression but would uneven compression
cause a slight vib.?? It's not a skip. What do you think?
Buddy & Teri
Other than what I already mentioned, I can't think of anything else
myself. From what you describe, it doesn't sound all that serious.
Keep in mind we're talking about a truck, and at 150k, there'd
probably be something wrong if it *didn't* make some sort of noise or
vibration! That's what vehicles do, as they age -- just like people.
On Tue, 9 Sep 2003 19:07:04 -0500 (CDT), firstname.lastname@example.org (george
Check your Nissan dealer. I think they had a campaigh on that viberation
problem. I remember stocking some damper blocks that mounted on the
frame when I worked at a dealership. Kind of a NATURE OF THE BEAST
situation though Sorry to say. But it won't hurt to check.Just have your
vin # handy when you talk to them.Ask the service writer to check on any
out standing campaigns.
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