Vibration at 65+mph

Asked by Guru154G6 Aug 23, 2019 at 06:39 AM about the 2019 Toyota Camry SE FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

new 2019 Camry SE. (odo 350 miles)  Vibration at 65+ mph.  Steering wheel vibrates, can feel it in seat back of driver's seat.  Dealer consulted, said that the 2019's come with 18" wheels with low profile tires.  With this configuration they say will lead to vibration.  it's a characteristic of the car.  They said they checked balance, found one tire a bit out of balance and adjusted.  Post service road test still have the same vibration.

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Find another dealership. They should not do that, I put 18’s on my car with low profiles once and they were as smooth as glass. Sounds like there maybe out of round tires or even some bent rims. This should have never have been put on the lot, the predelivery section didn’t do their job properly or they would have found it.

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I agree with the above assesments. Back to the dealer. Ask them to switch tires and rims front to back. Road test vehicle. If vibration moves to the rear of the vehicle....you have a bad tire back there. Get back to us with results.

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