Excessive vibration in 1999 Toyota Camry
My 1999 Toyota Camry has 137K miles on it and the car vibrates excessively between 30
MPH @ 2000 RPM and 70 MPH @ 2500 RPM. The vibration is so bad that I can feel it in
the gas pedal, seat belt/rear view mirrors starts vibrating and lastly it's so loud that I
cannot hear the radio or talk. Ironically this vibration goes away when below 30 MPH and
70 MPH. Any explanation for the possible reasons of this would be highly appreciated.
Bad front hub bearing.
Likely a bad bearing or could even be a loose wheel.
You might want to try this. Drive this vehicle to the speed of worst vibration then shift the tranny into neutral . If the vibration changes or disappears, you likely have a drive train problem. If the vibration persists...you likely have a bad tire or tire balance problem. When these tire vibrations occur most garages will swap tires from front to rear and see if the Vib. changes location.
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