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Old 11-28-2012, 01:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am l getting a vibration coming thru the floorboard when I accelerate it look like it is under my feet. When I drive over 55 miles I can hear humming from back . I replaced oil in rear differential recently , didn't replace oil in the front differential , I changed tires from hankook to Kuhmo , replaced rear brakes bearings on the back looks good . I checked propeller shaft it is not lose u-joints can they get bad ? Any Ideas ?

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Did any of this vibe start AFTER any of the work efforts, and if so, which one?

If an engine mis / vibe...is the engine "tuned" (plugs, injector cleaner and filters at least)?

Automatic or standard transmission?
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It is automatic transmission , the reason why I did all that work was "hooming " on the back and floor vibration every time I drove over 45-50 mph ,I tried to eliminate some things that 's why I replaced tires,rear brakes & differential oil sometimes when car is idling it shakes little .Engine mounts ?Engine was tuned a 1 year ago with new spark plugs K&N air filter , pcv valve.
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I'm thinking two problems.

One...an engine mis-fire / shaking at idle (tune, injector cleaning or time to compression test). Any codes on a scan?

Two...the vibe / hum may be drive shaft related.
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