Question about 2001 Buick Century
I have a 2001 Century with about 140,000 miles on it. When I am accelerating or putting any kind of stress on the engine, I get a very noticeable vibration that comes from the front left side of the car. This also seems to only happen when I have the steering wheel turned to the right as I can turn to the left and the vibration seems to go away. The steering wheel does not really vibrate as if the wheels are not balanced, but the drivers door vibrates really bad. The tires are pretty new and have been balanced since the problem started. It also seems to be worse when I have passengers in the back seat or more weight inside the car. Any suggestions to what the problem may be/ Thanks, Paul
Me too i think it a cv joint problem a cv joint got 3 rond bearing when turning each rond ball goes in a chanel it spin in there sometime that chanel get damaged a little hole appear and in occasion the ball get stuck in that hole and that your bad vibration i gave you example
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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