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Date Registered: 02-2016
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Vibration Issue that won't go away...


Hi fellow x-trailers

Can't seem to fix a vibration issue. My 2005 exe had heavy vibrations in the floor, front seats, bonnet and dash (not much thru steering wheel) right on the 100km/h mark. No vibrations during idle, low speed or any speed under 100 km/h. My normal mechanical went over it for 2 days and couldnt pinpoint exact cause. He said get Nissan to take a look...Took it to Nissan and they said front and rear engine mounts needed replacing...... My mechanic disgreed as he checked these out.... Ended up replacing front and rear mounts as i thought that Nissan would know best. But after getting the car back my symptoms have now changed....

Now, we have the vibrations when in drive at idle and at 110-115km/h......

Has anyone else out there experienced these problems or can shed some light on what may be wrong here..... Thanks in advance!!!
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Date Registered: 12-2016
TOTAL POSTS: 6
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Re: Vibration Issue that won't go away...


A vibration that runs through the car at speed is often a wheel balance issue. A shaking steering wheel indicates front wheel misbalance, vibration through the body but not the steering wheel indicates rear wheels.

However...

If this is happening at idle (car not moving) it may be engine or driveline related.

A failing inner CV may cause vibration through the car.

Apparently the alternator pulley is also a source of vibration on the X-Trail.

Harmonic balancers sometimes fail but this should be apparent in neutral.
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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Re: Vibration Issue that won't go away...


By saying the vibration happens in drive at idle then I assume this is when standing still.
If so then it will not be anything to do with wheel balance, drive shafts or tailshaft.
Does it also vibrate when idling in neutral ?
You don't say if you have a manual or auto.

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