vibration

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Asked by Apr 07, 2009 at 04:33 PM about the 1989 Dodge Caravan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

vibration like out of round wheels under acceleration

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get an alignment

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vibration like out of round wheels ONLY under acceleration, no other time, started suddenly, 3 weeks ago. Try deep thinking.

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Not too hard to find: change the front axle CV joints.

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only in the front end? mostly side to side? I have this problem. I replaced my engine mounts and the vibration has been greatly reduced. I live at 9,000+ ft and only experience vibes on steep inclines or whenever the engine experiences heavy loading. What little shaking is left is caused i believe by the engine being out of position slightly, and/or perhaps incorrect steering alignment

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Bad Transmission torque converter, get worse as time goes by. Stronger vibrations. when you are at red light and you let go of the brake the vehicle shakes in the front. That's your torque converter.

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Wheel alignment check front end on lift possible tires

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